Don’t miss this.
Wiardon shows no signs of slowing down whatsoever, after some monumental tracks with Lucki as well as his own full-length album, Loose Endz, the young Texas standout shows out visuals for “Korleone”. Wiardon plays a pivotal role in the underground scene currently, as the street-story style of rap seems to be pushed aside by more current trends. Wiardon seems to follow the lineage of artists like Retch and Roc Marciano lyrically, but Wiardon has the new-era touch to be able to produce for artists like Lucki and Nogumhundo.
It is clear Wiardon is here to stay, and it’s fairly rare for someone of his age to garner the respect of artists from all different sounds, cities, and eras. Wiardon has been a favorite of mine since being put on to his previous full-length project NUMBA1VIKTIM, and so far it looks like 2019 is all gas no brakes for Wiardon.
Check out the video below.