Nomad Carlos and Inztinkz of The Council Unload Their “War Repertoire” (Music)

New York-based Jamaica-raised Hip Hop artist Nomad Carlos unloads a new single — “War Repertoire” featuring fellow Council member Inztinkz. The new release is produced by Sosa and is to appear on Nomad Carlos’ upcoming album The Nomad Carlos Project.

Sosa laces the cut with a grandiose sample and steady drums for Nomad to share his thoughts on how he navigates through his world. “Just forgive me as I pen this letter,” he pleads at the end of his first verse. “Say a prayer for me.”

Inztinkz paired with some cuts by Sosa delivers his own wisdom in the chorus before Nomad Carlos returns with more heartfelt bars. He admits,

“Life ain’t the same since the fam got smaller / I cried a couple nights, I prayed at the altar / more time, I can’t be bothered / I know I should confess more often, I don’t even take help if offered.”

“War Repertoire” follows the 2017 releases of “In Us We Trust” and “Back Home” (featuring Five Steez).

Nomad Carlos most recently appeared on the album Nothing Else Matters, by Hip Hop collective The Council, in which he spits alongside his partners Inztinkz, Five Steez and The Sickest Drama. Late last year we touched on this release. Check it out here.

The Nomad Carlos Project will be his first full length effort since his last release Distants in 2015. The project is fully produced by Sosa and is expected to be released very soon.

Social Media:

Nomad Carlos: Instagram • Twitter • Facebook •

Inztinkz: Instagram • Twitter

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