With an eager spirit, Atlanta incumbent Nick Grant effortlessly articulates his growth and untouched lyrical construction alongside his vivacious deliverance in his latest mixtape, 88. As ’88 being the year that Grant was born, it was also one of the most pivotal years for Hip-Hop; paying his respects, the Culture Republic wordsmith doesn’t strike out as he spits with progressiveness and elicits the foundation(s) of a true poet in his performance. The “Black Sinatra” channels the greats as he pens his furtherance as the culture’s next. With 13-tracks, the project includes guest appearances by Killer Mike, Young Dro, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more.

Give it a listen down below.