Critically acclaimed New Orleans rapper drops dexterous rhymes over ethereal grooves on his first headlining tour; Atlanta’s Daye Jack opens
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The Pell Style: The rapper/writer/singer packs a flow that seamlessly flips the switch between rat-a-tat wordplay and crooned chorus hooks, all atop tracks of bass and ethereal grooves. Some call it “dream rap,” and it’s even more entrancing in his live show.
The Pell Press The New Orleans native has landed on Complex’s “Top 25 Rappers to Know in 2014,” Pigeons & Planes “Top 10 Rappers to Know Before They Blow,” and Spotify’s Predicted Music Stars of 2015
Floating While Dreaming: Pell’s debut album, featuring the standout track “Dollar Store,” which has already racked up over 3 million listens on Spotify
Daye Jack: This experimental Atlanta MC/singer recently dropped his first album, Soul Glitch, and teamed with Killer Mike on the emotionally charged single, “Hands Up”