Lena Jackson & Maestra See the Light at the “End of the Tunnel” (Music)

We got something solid from up and coming underground hip-hop act Lena Jackson. The record “End Of The Tunnel” is a laid-back hip-hop sanguine of despair and hope, laced with intense bars about fear and heartbreak, featuring vocalist Maestra. The production is handled by P.A.T Junior.

“End Of The Tunnel” is off her upcoming Darkness Brim EP. A project that showcases her verbal skill-set on darker topics not typically discussed in mainstream hip-hop, issues such as poverty, domestic violence, and mental illness. Darkness Brim EP is out March 30th, with a guest appearance from Precyce Politix.

Lena Jackson is an underground hip-hop artist and poet from Raleigh, NC. Primarily born and raised in a poverty-stricken area, Lena grew up with music as her focal point of comfort, with writing as her therapy. Jackson started penning poetry as a child, but later became intrigued by cypher sessions she would see in school cafeterias in her early teens. She eventually learned to interchange poetry stanzas for rap bars and found pleasure in both spoken word and cypher rapping.

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