Minnesota-based talent Mango Juice has released a new nostalgic offering ‘Nonchalant Flow’ alongside Hip-Hop project ‘Long Road’.
The 20-year-old artist made his debut with ‘Young Life Saga’ in September last year, gaining over 43,000 streams across Spotify alone, whilst launching his ‘Cari Ashford Cancer Relief Project’ in memory of his mother. Powered by compelling instrumentals, glistening modulations and effortless zeal, his hazy breed of Hip-Hop and hypnotic lyrics combine across the compelling ten-tracker ‘Long Road’.
A stand-out track across the EP, ‘Nonchalant Flow’ features a hearty interlude of Mango’s grandmother which adds vital texture to this sincere and deep-cut. It’s a touching moment of genuine gratitude to those who matter and a trademark addition to Mango’s growing discography.
“I see ‘Long Road’ as a reflection of my journey along the ‘Long Road’ of life. I wanted to treat the project as an overall story that takes the listener on my personal journey and can relate to and use as motivation.” – Mango Juice
Mango Juice emerged into the Hip-Hop scene taking inspiration from his favourite artist Juice Wrld and releasing ‘Young Life Saga’ – a project produced as a college student at the University of Wisconsin. He launched the ‘Cari Ashford Cancer Relief Project’ blog last year in order to raise awareness for ‘Family Reach’ – a non-profit organisation that removes the financial barriers between cancer patients and their treatment. Last year welcomed a huge milestone across the campaign with Mango providing financial assistance for one child, whilst his latest release ‘Long Road’ combines the artists passion for music and helping others by accumulating further awareness to the tragedies patients face daily.