Vada Azeem released the long awaited Twenties Go For Nix EP today which is produced entirely by R∆§H∆Ð and features guest spots from Stalley, Curren$y, and LT’Z. The EP is 6 tracks long and about 20 minutes.
FlyPaper interviewed Vada last year where Vada goes in depth with the theme surrounding the project. Twenties Goes For Nix sees Vada explore his experience with street culture, implicitly repentant for his sins. It was his goal to tell the story of the good kids from the mad cities who didn’t always make the best decisions.
“Everything I rap about, I actually did,” Vada said at his listening party. “I’m passionate about “America ruining our communities” because America really ruined my mom’s life my dad’s life. And this type of music should come from me. I’m like Kendrick except I decided to do it. What about the good kids who decided to to get in mess. There’s alot of good kids out there running the street.”