Last month, King Anu released We Seem to Be at an Impasse, a 5 track extended play, on all streaming platforms. The EP includes reflective songs like Just Been Thinking and Introspect, and bar heavy tracks like Rap Shit and Still Anu. Quality was put first on this project, with the EP sounding cleaner and crisper than King Anu’s previous work. If you’re into underground hip hop, King Anu’s We Seem to Be at an Impasse is for you.

Tracklist

  1. Just Been Thinking
  2. Ft. 7AM
  3. Rap Shit
  4. Introspect
  5. Still Anu

King Anu is a young, up-and-coming artist from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who is poised to make a name for himself in the music world. King Anu began composing music from a young age, although only committing to music seriously in early 2020. King Anu characterizes his music as basic and bar-heavy, among other things, in honor of his inspiration Lupe Fiasco. Other rappers who have influenced King Anu include J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar. Learn more about King Anu in our recent interview or view his EPK at https://info.downersclub.com/thegreatkinganu