Nino Augustine - Soul Kitchen

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Brandon "Biro" Rowan
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

When you step into Nino Augustine‘s Soul Kitchen, you can expect more than sustenance for the body—mental and spiritual nourishment are also on the menu. On this brand new single and first Booth feature, the Panama City, Panama spitter offers the Cliff’s Notes version of his autobiography, chronicling decades of personal and artistic growth over Brandon “Biro” Rowan‘s breezy, chopped-sample production. Throughout the record, the emcee drops plenty of knowledge to satisfy those craving food for thought, speaking out against greed and vanity and counseling listeners never to give up on their dreams. Augustine’s forthcoming, currently-untitled EP has yet to receive either a title or a drop date, but listeners can keep their browsers locked for further information and song releases from the Central American buzzmaker.

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