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Rising Artist NML Foreign Set To Have A Breakout Year In 2021

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Music is one of the most therapeutic things we have. While some of us have a hard time getting through our day without music, others have a hard time simply getting out of bed without it. Not only can good music be healing, it can also be mood changing. With that being said, let us introduce you to the “Bad Mood” artist. 

NML Foreign is a rising hip hop artist based in the Baltimore area. With the release of his debut solo project “In Foreign We Trust”, the newest voice coming out of Maryland has something to prove. The 12-song project is on its way to hitting 100,000 streams across all platforms, with multiple songs already exceeding 10,000 streams. This being his first official music release, it is clear Foreign has something going for himself.

NML Foreign has supreme confidence in his ability to grasp an audience with his voice, lyrics, and catchy flow. The melody driven project has records suitable for any type of listener, which is rare. For this being his first official body of work, the quality is something we were very impressed with. It is even more impressive knowing that the 23-year-old recorded the whole project by himself. Foreign was able to keep us engaged and interested throughout the whole project, as if this wasn’t his first-time making music. The combination of his lyrics, sound, and beat selection is what makes this body of work so unique compared to other rap albums that have come out this year.

2021 will be a huge year for the Maryland rapper, as he is expected to release all kinds of new music. Listen to “In Foreign We Trust” on all music streaming platforms by clicking the link below. Be sure to follow NML Foreign on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, as well as subscribe to his YouTube channel for new music, visuals, and other exciting future content.

https://album.link/foreign

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