BRAT is the masterful LP from beloved Chicago multi-instrumentalist NNAMDI. It follows his critically acclaimed LP DROOL (2017), an album that brought him to Pitchfork Fest and earned him Best Music of the Year recognition from NPR, FADER, BANDCAMP, and more. On his follow-up BRAT, NNAMDI starkly explores the psychological turmoil between Wanting and Needing in a manner that is both intensely personal and highly relatable. It's virtuosic fusion of Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, Electronics, Gospel, and West African influences firmly establishes him in a genre-less class of his own. NNAMDI wrote, produced, and recorded BRAT by himself.
BRAT is the masterful LP from beloved Chicago multi-instrumentalist NNAMDI. It follows his critically acclaimed LP DROOL (2017), an album that brought him to Pitchfork Fest and earned him Best Music of the Year recognition from NPR, FADER, BANDCAMP, and more. On his follow-up BRAT, NNAMDI starkly explores the psychological turmoil between Wanting and Needing in a manner that is both intensely personal and highly relatable. It's virtuosic fusion of Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, Electronics, Gospel, and West African influences firmly establishes him in a genre-less class of his own. NNAMDI wrote, produced, and recorded BRAT by himself.
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Brat
Artist: Nnamdi
Format: Cassette
New: Available 10.98
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DISC: 1

1. Flowers to My Demons
2. Gimme Gimme
3. Bullseye
4. Everyone I Loved
5. Wasted
6. Glass Casket
7. Perfect in My Mind
8. Semantics
9. Price Went Up 1
10. Really Don't 1
11. It's Ok 1
12. Salut

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BRAT is the masterful LP from beloved Chicago multi-instrumentalist NNAMDI. It follows his critically acclaimed LP DROOL (2017), an album that brought him to Pitchfork Fest and earned him Best Music of the Year recognition from NPR, FADER, BANDCAMP, and more. On his follow-up BRAT, NNAMDI starkly explores the psychological turmoil between Wanting and Needing in a manner that is both intensely personal and highly relatable. It's virtuosic fusion of Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, Electronics, Gospel, and West African influences firmly establishes him in a genre-less class of his own. NNAMDI wrote, produced, and recorded BRAT by himself.