Built around notions of love, growth and loss, Ethos sees rapper A-Q and performing artist Brymo join forces for sobering reflections of life. Fusing rap verses with alternative sounds that draw from the folksy, traditional and soulful, the duo embellish this offering with personal tales crafted upon Bigfootinyourface’s instrumentation. Revelatory storytelling ensues—ranging from the confessional ("Family First"), longing ("Do You Ever Miss Me"), socio-political ("Baale House") and cautionary ("Ni Temi”)—as A-Q weaves philosophical musings between Brymo's gripping vocals. An exploration of themes such as mental health, substance dependence and grief are folded into these ten fluid tracks, with a poignancy familiar to both artists.
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