Sene’s Brooklyknight was released last week via Plug Research. The album is a cohesive collection of musings about the world and Brooklyn, an introspective look at the first quarter century or so in the life of a young MC.
One of my favorite tracks on the album is “Holyday,” featuring songstress Denitia Odigie (be on the lookout for more from her soon). Sene details his life perspective, sharing a bit of his cross-country journey that had him living in California for 5 years and its effect on the young mind.
The song encapsulates what is perhaps the most powerful quality of the album as a whole; it’s a very personal view into the maturing process of a young artist.