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LoudPack Lo Drops New LP ‘Square 1’

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Loudpack Lo is an emerging independent hip-hop artist who made his professional solo recording debut in 2018 with the single “I Like”. That track introduced Washington, D.C. rapper and songwriter, Omar Holt Jr. Regular readers of The Static Dive will remember him from last year’s EP #Road2Mainstream and the single “Treat U Better”.

Since his debut, the prolific rapper has amassed an impressive volume of work. In less that five years he has released over two dozen singles and seven collections. He has connected with hip-hop fans around the world with hits like last year’s “Bad Lil Vibe”. His sound is a mix of an old-school style and moder production techniques.

Square 1 is the brand new album from LoudPack Lo, released worldwide via alll major streaming services on August 31, 2022. The 12 song collection is an excellent showcase for the rapper”s impressive technique. On the record, LoudPack pairs his verbose lyricall freestyle with beats that stylistically span the history of hip-hop.

From the chill 70s soul vibes and braggadocio rap of tracks like “Ya’ll Miss Me Yet” to the smooth jazz beat groove of “Expressway Freestyle”, LoudPack Lo covers a lot of ground on this 12-track collection. He drops soulful slow jams (“Crush on You”), psychedelic vibes (“Doin Just Fine, Pt. 2”) and the melancholy introspective prayer “Lord You Know”. Lo closes the record on a set of four hard trap grooves.

Check out “Square 1” in its  entirety below, or listen on your favorite streaming service. You can also hear the songs “Expressway Freestyle” and “Lost Souls” on the Deep Indie Beat playlist. Follow the links below to connect with LoudPack Lo. Get on his socials, dig into his deep back catalog and get in the loop on all of the music to come from this versatile and prolific artist.

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