After 4 years off, Mr. Craig the multitalented independent music artist says “He’s Back” on his up coming album and this time it’s personal. Check out this new body of work Mr. Craig created. It’s one for the books!
Fairfax, Virginia Oct 28, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – This press release is to serve as the official announcement by Strict-ly Entertainment on the release of the Album from Mr. Craig titled “This Time It’s Personal”
[The Album will be available on all Streaming Platforms on 11/8]
“This Time It’s Personal” is an Album that will form an anthem on empowering minds. Mr. Craig is a Self-Motivated, and Inspired artist who is bringing authentic lyricism back into mainstream hip-hop. For the first time ever Mr. Craig will open up his life to us and let us in on his struggles and immerse us in raw honesty. It’s a creative and vibey Album with nuances of musicality that are immersed in cultural diversity. The album is a reminder that hip-hop is a timeless culture in music! He wants to bring back the storytelling straight from the streets of life and some of the pain that comes along with it. The skill in his delivery is undeniable. He pours his heart out and spits authentic bars and witty captivating punchlines. It’s an album for anyone to learn that they can take the steps to shape their future and rewrite their own story. On this particular project, he has collaborated with various artists like RJ Payne, Dame Plx, Elan Noelle, and more to bring out the total vision of this project. No matter the situation and no matter who they are. Mr. Craig’s music will open up the world to his perspectives and tell the relatable story of the struggles of trying to achieve a dream against seemingly insurmountable odds. After 4 years off, Mr. Craig has a lot to say, so go Play, Download, and Stream this conscious body of work!
Mr. Craig is back to put his perspective on things and he vows this is not the end.
You can reach Mr. Craig on various social media platforms!
Source :Strict-ly Entertainment
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