Atlanta rapper Daye Jack's long awaited new album, No Data, is finally here, and it's an absolute must listen.
Although brought up in Atlanta, the heartland of trap music, Jack adheres to no rules or genre concepts with No Data, resulting in 12 tracks of various styles and themes taking influences from all rap genres and Jack's personal journey.
Along with the excellent production, Jack's at his lyrical best as he delivers intricate and witty rhymes on the likes of the electro 80s funk of "Casino" through to the futuristic sounds of "Supernatural."
"Lady Villain" is one of the albums standout tracks, featuring Jack not only spitting bars over the elevator-meets-jazz infused production, but also displaying his vocal chops.
"My new project is about self acceptance," he writes on Instagram. "The lost teen entering adulthood. Finding yourself in the digital age where there's so much information, people telling who to be, how to act, how to dress, what's cool and what's not. It's is a fuck you to the bullies, a nod to the youngings who feel confused, who don't fit into any of societies boxes. It starts with self love."
No Data is out now and available to listen to via all good streaming services.