Virginia Rapper Kiree 3600 Looks to Cement Himself With New EP ‘Three’

    Kiree 3600 is a rapper who turned his everyday life into music. The rising artist started his career as a young kid rapping over instrumentals with his uncle and burning CDs with beats from YouTube. Shortly after graduating, he released his unorthodox style of trap and the story unfolds. At 21-years-old Kiree is mastering his art and introspective style of rapping. Sharing his everyday life through his music is an outlet for him to express how he feels. Through elevating lyrics, sound, and visuals the budding artist comes as himself connecting with his fans on a more personal level.

    Following the success of his debut project, Blockstarr which released in January 2021, the Virginia rapper’s new EP Three gives listeners the full breadth of his artistry. The sounds on the project range from bars in his signature flow about the struggles of growing up in the inner-city and his tumultuous love life, braggadocio rapping about money and vehicles, to him turned up like never before going Maniac Mode. This new EP provides a full, and authentic, deep-dive look into just who Kiree 3600 is. Three consists of 6 songs with a runtime of 16-minutes and features singles including Maniac Mode and When You Get So Cool.

    Each record on the album does a nice job of transitioning to the next in a way that makes for a cohesive listen from beginning to end. The production on this tape was extremely consistent all the way through, and Kiree 3600 took advantage of that as he picked the pockets of each of the provided beats perfectly. At face value, the EP is a collection of bangers that any listener can rock with, but further, it’s a captivating account of the life that the rising star has lived to tell the tale. Check out the new EP down below via Spotify and head over here for your preferred streaming service.


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