Atlanta’s most promising new artist, Kenny Mason has released his latest single, Play Ball produced by Julian Cruz. Leveling up on a medley of clashing drums and grating guitar riffs, Kenny puts his vocal range on full display, singing about the realities of Atlanta street life before transitioning into a lyrical onslaught detailing what it takes to come up on his side of ATL.
“Knew how to spot rookies without looking / b*tch I took it, no retaliation, because y’all pu*sies / how y’all should get got places where y’all took it / cuz I watched good ones turn to satan cuz y’all pushed ’em”
Along with the new song, Kenny has shared an accompanying Elijah Chauvin and Fabrice Mercier directed CGI visualizer. Play Ball is the latest offering from Kenny this year following his heavy-hitting alternative banger Pup and the airy yet melodic, Partments. All three singles will be on Kenny Mason’s highly anticipated Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut project, an extension of his 2020 debut which releases on April 16th and boasts features from Freddie Gibbs and Angel White. Check out the new release down below.