Charles Hamilton - Air Agains

Posted 6 years ago
Charles Hamilton
Normalcy Project

Charles Hamilton’s comeback tour is off to a rocky start. After garnering some deserved praise from the Booth for Charles Hamilton is Back, his next track Loserville received mixed reviews, and then his new Normalcy Project mixtape missed its release date last Wednesday. Only Hamilton knows what’s going on behind closed doors, so in the meantime we’ll have to be content with new leaks like Air Agains. A track that’s immediately remarkable for its far left-of-center, Bollywood-influenced beat, produced by Hamilton itself, Air Agains is truly memorable for the man’s lyrical output, a scorching four minutes that touch on everything from his anger at MTV for leaving him off its Hottest MCs list to the assassination of Martin Luther King: “I just blacked out like Dr. King’s future, oh you rappers say you got a dream, do ya?” I think we all know lines like that could only come from the mind of one man. The Normalcy Project is now set to drop…um…whenever Hamilton decides. Stay tuned for more

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