Clark Sage is possibly one of Boston’s most successfully rising up and coming artists in the HipHop industry and someone you should definitely keep on your radar. Since the drop of his first album “The Modest Anomaly“, the rapper has hugely emerged and turned his music into the right direction. While referring to his own experiences and memories, the new album “For Something Greater“ touches social issues and sticks to a smooth sound, accompanied by Clarks clear voice and a strong honesty within the lyrics.
The album includes one of his previous tracks, “Let You Know“ from last year, which has been reproduced as a more dynamic album version with powerful beats and a catchy hook. If you love listening to both, relaxed tunes and forceful choruses, this album will blow your mind.
Physical copy of ‘For Something Greater’ can be purchase here
After he had worked on it for 6 months in collaboration with British producer Curtis Lee of Wolverhampton (a.k.a. CRTMUSIC), Sage produced the album within three days in a studio in NYC. For the cover he teamed up with illustrator Jack Davies, who gives us a visualised concept of the tracks stories in form of a cartoon-like portrait of Sage himself.
While listening to his new album below, we are already excited about what he will come up with in the future. Maybe a new video? We will keep you updated.