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Music| @PoeHussle Talks Immigration, Family & Hustle In New Project “Broken Crayons Still Color”

Poe Tells Tales Of Immigration Struggles on BCSC!


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Poe Hussle is a New Jersey based artist who was born in Morocco & was brought to America at the young age of 3 years old. From the North African coast to The Garden State, Poe has grown as an American & taken to all the influence NJ has to offer. As the years progressed Poe honed in on talents such as writing music & being an overall socialite. Before settling in the studio to find his sound & direction, Poe experienced life as a regular American Teen & journeyed though hardships similar to us all.

His story was not much different from you and myself, but recently this word-smith & vibe curator was deported back to Morocco under the direction of this new administration. Poe struggled to certify his citizenship but participated in all the activities so many take for granted.

During this year, Poe had begun preparing a project geared to shining light on his heritage, musical taste & sound. Dubbed ‘Broken Crayons Still Color‘, Poe presents a message based EP talking about his growth as a man & his hardships as an immigrant. Features from major name supporters included Crutch Calhoun, Foe Huned, Cook LaFlare & more. Many tracks from this tape was produced by NJ engineer & beat-maker Reem Ali.

The melodic trap choice that Poe delivers becomes easily infectious & is an easy listen. Plenty of records provide an energy that excites passion & action as we hear of stories of trail, tribulation & triumph.

Click Here To Listen To ‘Broken Crayons Still Color’ On Your Favorite Platform.

Listen To ‘Broken Crayons Still Color’ By Poe Hussle Below!

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