QuEST - May 10th, 2012

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Earlier this month, QuEST wrapped up his 31-city national tour with rising rap star Logic. Now that he’s back, the Miami rapper could kick back and enjoy the rest of his summer; instead, though, he’s preparing a brand new album for release in the fall. Our first taste of Searching Sylvan comes in the form of lead single May 20, 2012. A flashback in musical form, the record depicts a young and disillusioned QuEST as he loads his belongings into a U-Haul after being evicted from his apartment. 6ix provides an understated instrumental backdrop for the artist’s introspective bars. Fans will be able to find this lyrically-impressive joint and much more on Searching Sylvan, scheduled for independent release September 2.

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