Nune Out With ‘Mr. Propane’ Prod. by Jan Richard Branicki
Southern Louisiana-based artiste known as Nune a.k.a Mr. Propane, is out with his brand new self-titled song which happens to be his first release of the year. Song produced by Jan Richard Branicki.
Nune (pronounced Noon) also known as Mr. Propane is an independent artist focusing on lyrical substance and produces content based on conscience, with a very unique sound. Nune embraces deep poetic lyrics and unique delivery, with focused subject matter that really blends into timeless songs you will want to dig deep into.
From life, love, faith, and general peace his début album Intervention is a breath of fresh air in the face of the evolution of hip-hop to trap, then Drill, and then to Autotune endued and Mumble Rap Era. “Intervention” is not only an introduction into his life and deep inner-feelings but also an escape to a higher consciousness. “Motivation of Life, Love, and Respect”.
According to Nune, the song ‘Mr. Propane’ is about hip-hop at its essence, an ode to the great hip-hop classics he grew up on in the 90s and early 2000s. Lyrically, skill exhibition, with a competitive nature similar to the likes of Kendrick Lamar. An audible taunt meant to stimulate the hip-hop genre to produce BARS. It’s a song for all music lovers not just hiphop ‘addicts’. Enjoy music below and check out his website : www.mrpropane.net