Tierra Whack Continues Whack History Month With Rap-Heavy ‘Unemployed’: Listen

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Even although her profession continues to be in its infancy, Tierra Whack has already reached some extent the place she's gotten bored of rapping. The Whack World artist stepped again within the ring and returned to her hip-hop roots for her newest single "Unemployed." The bristling observe, which happened with some assist from her mom, premiered as Zane Lowe's World Record over at Beats 1 on Tuesday (March 19).

"Rap acquired boring to me for a very long time so I simply began singing extra, but it surely was a kind of days the place I used to be dwelling recording in Philly and I used to be identical to, 'Yo, are you able to give me the beat?'" the Philly resident defined of the tune's origin. "Then it was identical to simply hitting and I used to be identical to, 'You know what? People assume I can't rap anymore.' I'm like, 'I've simply acquired to rap. I've acquired to rap.'"

Whack History Month's run of new music doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime quickly. "Unemployed" follows within the footsteps of "Only Child," "Clones," "Gloria" and "Wasteland," all of that are anticipated to seem on her upcoming 2019 challenge.

Give "Unemployed" a hear beneath.