Kill Nigel is undoubtedly a true trendsetter in the new wave of talented Los Angeles music artist. If you were to see Kill Nigel in a room full of people, he would definitely stand out as the White Horse. Stylistically Kill Nigel is unique in the way he dresses, speaks and carries himself.
The project is well calculated in the way it’s put together. Kill Nigel caries the White Horse title symbolically as a theme throughout the EP. Visually if you were to see a actual white horse, it stands out and that’s what Kill Nigel is, he’s a stand out. He’s not afraid to be different. He’s comfortably and unapologetically himself.
The White Horse EP lyrically is a reflection of Kill Nigel’s true life. He speaks on faith, love, losses, wins, triumph, personal growth and evolution using melodic harmonies. If your fan of Kanye’s A Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Yeezus, Kid Cudi, Lenny Kravitz or Eminem you’d probably most definitely love White Horse by Kill Nigel.
On the streets and in many social circles the term White Horse is a euphemism for drugs. Drug usage is a primary topic on the project. Some songs like Evolve produced by Holy Beats leave you feeling like you’ve witnessed a musical confession in church. Then there are songs like Introverted / Mirrors, produced by Dr Symph which recreate the nostalgia of a good high, make you want to rage, yet still leave you in a state of tranquility as if you’ve herd a thought provoking sermon. White Horse is high level artistry. The album art, music production, features from Ram Dass, Dominic Lord, Dice Soho, HXLT, David Sabastian and Ralphy River combined with the creativity of a Kill Nigel make White Horse a timeless music project.
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