Hip-Hop Artist ‘NatStar’ Releases Brand New Album ‘Anatymous’ Featuring Rapper Keith Murray

NatStar, real name Chris Stowe, was given a keyboard at the age of 11 by his father and began writing and producing. He’s now released the 13 track album, ‘Anatymous’, which features Keith Murray, of hip-hop trio, Def Squad.

NatStar grew up with close ties to the music industry, and as a result he was able to learn a lot. With influences including Kendrick Lemar and Kanye West, NatStar’s music has undertones of gospel, soul and jazz, which can all be clearly heard through ‘Anatymous’. The album has been self-written, recorded and produced by NatStar, who says,
“What sets me apart from other artists would be my ability to actually excel in rapping, singing and producing. I consider myself to be equally talented in all three.”
NatStar is keeping one step ahead of the game, and has also released his album in app form, to allow his fans to view the entire project, and thus get a real feel for the whole concept. You can find out more about NatStar, his live performances, and further information about his album, on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
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