by Danita White
Award winning hip-hop artist KB recently dropped his fourth album. Titled His Glory Alone, the new LP is a blazing personal statement on racial inequality, systemic subjugation, and faith in a time of hopelessness.
“I feel as though all of my past experiences, both as a musician and a messenger, have been pointing to this moment,” shares KB. “I truly believe this album is my artistic culmination to date. Each song captures an essence of what I’ve been trying to achieve – both in the themes I address and the sounds that are expressed.”
In a time where the U.S. is divided on so many levels and seems to be constantly fighting to reconcile its own history, KB is a man with a message. On His Glory Alone, he has released some of his most authentic, biting, and personal material to date. A native of Tampa, Florida, KB draws directly from intimate experiences of struggle, strife, and redemption to create an album that reflects the urgency of our times. According to a press release announcing the release of the album:
The songs range from direct and unequivocal statements of faith as well as recounting the Black experience in America in eye opening ways, peeling back on a horrific kind of inadequacy and hypocrisy leveled by society on its people. But while the world appears to burn, so does KB’s intense loyalty to faith, and to those that seem to have been left behind.
For example, on “Dark Skin,” KB directly addresses the issues of colorism and its effects. On “Masterpiece,” KB sings to his daughter a powerful message that beauty and perfection exist far beyond the color of one’s skin. Expertly produced trap beats mixed with a sterling rapid-fire flow are the standout sonics for His Glory Alone, established by tracks “Armies” and “10K” – with accompanying music videos for both receiving well over 1 million YouTube views each.
To celebrate the release of His Glory Alone, KB presented an exclusive livestream concert experience that ran from September 21st through the 23rd. It allowed fans an exclusive first look at key album tracks, presented and performed by the artist himself, backed by intense lighting and striking visuals.
More than a rapper, KB also acts as creative visionary for his clothing business Native Supply, and as host and co-producer for the faith and culture podcast Southside Rabbi, which is now in its second season.
His Glory Alone is available on all digital music providers by clicking here.
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