Often times artists attempt to create conceptual projects, but truth be told, most fail. However, that isn’t the case for Boston rapper/producer Latrell James. Following a pair of solid visuals in “The Button” and “On My Own,” as well as a handful of features in local and major publications such as the Boston Globe, the 26-year-old released his long-awaited free album, “Twelve.” Produced entirely by Tedd Boyd and himself, who function under 5 Star Generals, James delivers 12 original tracks that represent his life, the changes, and the growth that occurred from age 12 to 24. Through his honest and often vulnerable lyricism, “Twelve“ takes the listener on a journey from the stages of adolescence through adulthood. It’s a cohesive body of work that is highlighted by tracks such as “Beautiful,” “Distance,” “On My Own, ” and the blistering “99 Altima.”
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