Skrip Pushes Back Release Date of ‘Exposition’
Christian rapper Skrip pushed back the release of his album Exposition from October 31st to November 25th.
This was due in part to a joint deal with the artist’s own World Renegade Music and Syntax Creative. Exposition is currently available for pre-order now at iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.
“There is so much unsigned talent out there,” Skrip said of the deal. “I want to use any platform that I may have to share all that talent. It’s not just about releasing quality music with mass appeal. It’s also about creating a new sound.”
“Partnering with great companies like Syntax allows us to tap into a company with reputable influence and learn how to better engage our music in a marketplace that’s ever-changing,” Marcus Cooley, COO of WRM, said.
Skrip’s newest record was 100% produced, recorded, and written himself.
“I’ve never written songs like this before. I’m not that kinda guy who just writes to relieve some emotional issues, but I thought I’d finally open up. I’ve got nothing to keep holding on to,” he said. “I really just want to help people overcome! I want people to get a closer look at my life … the good, the bad and the ugly but I want them to leave with something more than telling me how good I am.”
Skrip’s previous release,Renegades Never Die, hit Billboard at No. 24 among Christian albums and No. 19 among Heatseekers albums.
- I’m Feeling New
- My City (Chi-City)
- Up All Night ft. Ruby Skyy
- Renegade Crew
- Interlude (Just a Boy)
- These Days
- God Level
- Waiting (Real Life)
- F@ke Friends
- Box Cutter
- If It Aint One Thing
- Take My Fears
- Make It Count
- Eye On Me
- OML ft. BreeKay