Karma Knows is putting Tri-Cites on his back with projects like his newest ep, ‘Juice.’ This is the sequel to his ‘Sugar’ EP. Tri-Cities is an eastern Washington area consisting of three cities: Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland. While it’s far from the obscure farming community it used to be, it’s definitely now known for its hip-hop scene. Artists like Karma are giving fans a reason to search for the “Tri-Town” area on Google Maps.
Karma isn’t shy about collaborating with fellow Pacific Northwest artists, the Juice EP is six-song solo mission that spans a wide ray of emotional and lyrical themes. Karma describes this project as “my more vulnerable and personal album by giving you a glimpse of who I am beyond just an artist,” per Instagram.
“Die Young” and “Church” end the album with an emphasis on the vulnerable and personal notes Karma described. Lines about his parent’s relationship and other family ties give you a peak into the hardships that shape his art and sound. The title track “Juice” jump-starts the EP with high energy, but “Palmtrees” is a pure showcase of his rapping and delivery.
Karma Knows’ talent is dripping off this release. It only takes a couple listens through to realize the Tri-Cites has got a special one on their hands.
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