Unknown2many Reintroduces Himself With New EP “No Love Lost”

    Since his last full-length project, “RUNT,” Unknown2many, a Long Island, New York-bred, Huntsville, Alabama-based artist, has been diligently working. In the interim period between projects, he’s been perfecting his craft, exploring new sounds, and enhancing his unique fusion of storytelling and introspection through music.

    Following his previous full-length project, ‘RUNT,’ Unknown2many resurfaces with his latest creation, “No Love Lost.” “To me, ‘RUNT’ and ‘No Love Lost’ don’t compare to each other because you can hear the growth I’ve made in music and how I approach the production on this project,” he reflects. “The changes or growth in my sound to me is that I’m more confident and found a groove to the sound I’m trying to make for myself as an artist for now.”

    This new release is a testament to his artistic evolution, demonstrating his capacity to fuse raw emotion with intricate production. “Really, I try to be myself in everything I do, so staying true to my sound isn’t really that hard because I feel I made a foundation for myself that I can only build on and make stronger,” he adds. The EP commences with ‘I Want More,’ a sample-driven cut that sets the tone. As you make your way down the EP, you can hear Unknown2many jump in and out of various pockets, as he does in the last half of ‘Ramp Wid Me.’ The EP’s closing track, ‘Who Can I Run To,’ ends things much like how it started. The smooth production, paired with his cadence, creates a seamless journey that brings the EP full circle, showcasing both his lyrical prowess and the cohesive sound that defines his style.

    With each new song, listeners learn a new side to Unknown2many, both musically and personally. “No Love Lost” is no different, showcasing an unparalleled lyrical performance that portrays his artistic depth.

    Listen to the EP Below. 


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