Nolan The Ninja He(art) on LP
Nolan The Ninja is a throwback in many regards. In an era where many are just thrust into the realm of music without having gone through a proper stretch of artistic development, Nolan has been through the gauntlet and honed his abilities to the razor's edge over the past few years. Nolan's debut EP Fuck The Hype dropped on Left Of Center and attracted praise from numerous outlets. After eye opening live appearances on DJ Eclipse's Halftime Show and Tony Touch's Toca Tuesdays Shade 45 show it was clear the world needed a full length album from him.
The wait is over. Nolan's debut LP He(art) is the culmination of years of performances and recording until he was ready to deliver a concise, well-rounded album that represented his evolution into a fully formed artist. He(art) exhibits the growth, depth and introspection you'd expect from an artist coming into their own and finally realizing their true potential. He(art) takes you on a journey of a young man from Detroit finally seeing his lifelong dreams of becoming an emcee following in the footsteps of his idols and influences coming to fruition.
He(art) showcases production from several prominent beatsmiths including MoSS, Def Dee, Nick Speed while also boasting features from rhyme veterans and up and comers alike such as Phat Kat, Guilty Simpson, Finale, Noveliss (Clear Soul Forces) and Red Pill (Ugly Heroes). After listening to this project it will be clear to the listener that this is just the tip of the iceberg and the sky's the limit on this remarkable talent. The heart is what sets everything else in motion in the human body and without love for the art of the craft you will never try to achieve greatness.