There’s New Wordburglar To Enjoy | Channel Halifax

There’s New Wordburglar To Enjoy | Channel Halifax

Wordburglar drops a teaser of what to expect from his imminent new album Rapplicable Skills.

If Channel Halifax the first taster from Wordburglar‘s forthcoming fourth studio album is any kind of barometer for how good the release is going to be, then the forecast is indeed encouraging. Produced by Peter Project and with cuts from Uncle FesChannel Halifax is a laid back, summertime groove just right for chilling to on a sunny afternoon. Fans of ‘burgie will be familiar with some of the lyrical references whilst the overall feel of the track exhibits an natural growth and maturity in the rappers delivery and style without feeling too far removed from what makes 3rdburglar so special.

Wordburglar‘s new album Rapplicable Skills drops in August, until then keep Channel Halifax on heavy rotation.

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    This sounds great. Writing for this site introduced to me Nerdcore Hip Hop but I’m picky in my tastes. I absolutely loved 3rdburglar, my first nerdcore purchase, but I couldn’t get into the follow up Welcome to Cobra Island. Channel Halifax is sounding pretty good to me.


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