Welcome to South Sinner Street.
After catching our attention through his work with producer L’Orange (together as Marlowe), North Carolina emcee Solemn Brigham has finally come through with his official debut album, South Sinner Street. Diving deep into his personal life and upbringing, the album evokes the feeling of climbing onto a house’s roof to survey the nearly-burning city around you, with all the peril that entails – but also all the possibility.
“What was once a vibrant area now survives as a reminder that the only thing eternal is change,” Solemn says of the project’s genesis. “Trash and debris flood the streets, relics of the many lives lived – each piece with a story to tell.”
A 14-track affair, the album finds Solemn applying his flexible flow and cadence over production from L’Orange, Supa K, The Lasso, Krum, Scud One, Kuartz, and Frank Drake. Press play below and be sure to add South Sinner Street wherever you get music.