The rising Chicago native rhymes over beats from Kenny Beats, Harry Fraud, and more in his vulnerable and confident debut album.
With a huge following on SoundCloud, Chicago rapper Warhol.SS proves that new school rappers need not sacrifice emotion or lyrical depth when crafting absorbing and speaker-knocking bangers. Coming through with a sonically diverse and confident debut album, Warhol shares Chest Pains. Combining immersive trap-style beats and energetic ad-libs with an old-school sense of songwriting and slick lyricism, Chest Pains finds the 20-year-old Warhol.SS coming to his own, unifying his experimental ideas and his commercial ambitions.
Warhol has been one of the most in-demand names of rap’s digital youth, collaborating with the likes of Trippie Redd, Rich The Kid, Ski Mask The Slump God, Famous Dex, ThouxbanFauni, and many more, dropping Warhol ’16 and Where’s Warhol, a pair of seven-track mixtapes, and building a reputation as an exceptional rhymer. With Chest Pains, Warhol seeks to turn his internet notoriety into IRL fame.
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