KINTA Gets Real With New Album “Post Tragedy”

“Post Tragedy” by KINTA is essentially a 12 song timeline of his real life. Starting off when KINTA faced death the first day of his senior year, to getting out of the hospital and experiencing fake love. The album leads all the way up until now, when KINTA realized how much these experiences have changed him as a person. KINTA gets very personal in this album saying each song is an untold piece of him from that time period and he’s glad he can open up about it through this album.

“Post Tragedy” is a dope new album from KINTA. The album starts with “August Tenth”, he’s spitting his truth and starting this album off to an incredible start. The dope and truthful lyrics showcase KINTA’s emotive songwriting and realism with his pleading vocalism. The next track “Welcome Home Ken” explodes through the speakers with a hard-hitting bass line and KINTA’s legendary vocalism. He gets raw and honest and lets the listener into his vulnerable thoughts and feelings. “Tired 2” is a sick track that all about the hustle and success. Equipped with a dynamic sound and bass-filled beats, KINTA is sure to have you vibing along. His vocals are deep and hypnotizing. His smooth flow and flawless bars can be accredited to his years of experience and raw talent.  “F$$$” gives us old-school hip-hop vibes while remaining contemporary and addicting. KINTA’s upbeat flow and flawless, witty bars make “F$$$” unparalleled in today’s hip-hop scene. Getting a message across, effortlessly reciting perfect lyrics, and finding/creating beats to match is KINTAs specialty. 

“Snapping 4” showcases KINTA’s skills as a vocalist and complete hypnotized me. The next track “Bar For Bar” showcases flawless production quality and the artistry is professional and finely-calibrated. The way KINTA’s approaches his life, his drive, his work ethic and his motivation on all on another level in “Bar for Bar”. I think that this track really embodies that message with the meaningful and truthful lyricism. Through “Heart” KINTA’s flow is precise and flawless as he recites every bar with timed perfection and style. It’s honest and raw and shows a side of KINTA we’ve never seen before. The production quality is incomparable and the back beat is addicting. 

“You Don’t Get It” is all about KINTA’s truth, he pours his heart and soul into the lyricism on this track and we can’t help but vibe along. He deserves every bit of success he’s earned so far and is only on his way up. His dedication to his tracks and his hard working ambition shine through the speakers. The next track “Modesty” translates flawlessly into expert bars. Being able to put pen to paper and create emotive and powerful lyrics then match those lyrics to a catchy beat AND make it alluring and connection seeking for the listener is a true talent! KINTA showcases his skills as an admirable, talented and spectacular hip-hop artist. He consistently proves he belongs at the top. The album “Post Tragedy” changes tone, “Imstillnotok” features an ominous bassline while KINTA gets too real about people sleeping on his music. I can tell you right now that we hear you KINTA and we’re telling all our readers, DO NOT sleep on this up and comer. As the album approaches conclusion, KINTA comes in hard with “Red Hot”. He knows he’s got the talent to make it in this game and we’re here for it. The last track on the album is “Missing My Old Life”, featuring a heart-wrenching piano intro, this track is real artistry. The rhythmic textures and old-school flow fuse perfectly with KINTA contemporary vibrance. 

The whole album “Post Tragedy” will propel KINTA’s career to new heights and we can’t wait to see what he delivers next. The storytelling aspects of “Post Tragedy” have me addicted from start to finish. I think that KINTA is incredibly talented and skilled at connecting with his fans. He writes lyrics that speaks to the listeners and music for anyone to vibe to. No stranger to success, his album “Post Tragedy” is yet another big step in the right direction for KINTA.

Check out “Post Tragedy” here and read more below in our exclusive interview below!

Hi KINTA! Can you start by telling us more about yourself and your upbringing into music?

Right now I’m a 19 year old unsigned artist who is constantly trying to get better and grow more with music. I started off writing poetry at nine years old but first started creating music when I was 14, I mainly did it to mess around and express my thoughts while not being entirely serious because I would constantly train playing basketball to try and play in college. But after being diagnosed with a brain AVM and being deemed unable to play basketball at 17 I decided that it was time to take my music more seriously considering I was only planning on going to college to try and play basketball. But despite all the medical troubles I feel like it’s a blessing in disguise because I’ve always had a passion for writing poetry as a kid and always enjoyed creating music in high school, so now it is what I gladly focus almost all of my time doing.

Who are you musical influences? Why?

Lil Wayne has always been my favorite artist, his punchlines and cleverness is second to none. Lil Wayne is actually a big part of the reason I started writing poetry as a kid, constantly hearing him on the radio and hearing the carter 3 and 4 would always inspire me. Eminem would also be one of my top influencers due to the fact that he doesn’t hold back and is also never afraid to get personal and show people he’s able to drop bars whenever. 

What inspires your writing?

I make music to express myself straight from the heart and I want to use my music to show people that it’s okay to express yourself whenever you feel any type of way no matter how bad it seems or how small it seems compared to someone else. We’re all human and we all feel something at some point and should be able to express those feelings without a doubt. 

What was the overall theme of your album  “Post Tragedy”? What do you hope your listeners take away from it?

The overall theme of “Post Tragedy” is to give people a personal perspective on my near death experience, my encounter with the harsh reality of fake love, and my overall state after the brain hemorrhage and disease diagnosis and how it changed me as a person.  Furthermore, I hope listeners can get a good understanding about me and what I’ve dealt with through that album. 

What’s next for KINTA?

 As of right now I work a part-time job for steady income but I’m constantly writing music and plotting my next moves for music. I’m trying to find a way to contact record labels to have someone big listen to my discography and hopefully give me a chance to get to the next level. Meanwhile, I’m always connecting with new people locally and showing them my music to create a core fan base. 

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