The Strength in NUMBERS train keeps rolling as we unveil the latest “variant” album cover to Chops’ massive Asian American hip-hop movement.
The latest Strength in NUMBERS album cover features the ATL’s own MIC BARZ and the dynamic artwork of Ken Knudtsen (My Monkey’s Name is Jennifer). PS, if you’re in New York this weekend, swing by Artist Alley table #V12 and say hi to Ken.
After the jump, download a high-resolution jpeg of the latest Strength in NUMBERS alternate album cover. Just right-click on the image and save.
NAME: MIC BARZ
KNOWN FOR: A voice and flow that surprise the hell out of people who find out he’s Asian (Check out his recently released take on Drake’s “Pound Cake” here)
STRENGTH: Deep-rooted Dungeon Family influences with bigger-than-local eclecticism, newer-than-golden-age taste, and content with soulful delivery
CHOICE LINE from Strength In NUMBERS: “I’m on the move so I gotta go, life ain’t nuttin but the highs and lows, a leap of faith, Geronimo, won’t fail to land on ten toes”
ILLUSTRATION BY: KEN KNUDTSEN
Strength In NUMBERS info: CHOPSmusic.com/numbers
Check back with The Nerds of Color tomorrow for more Strength in NUMBERS album covers!
- EXCLUSIVE: Strength in NUMBERS Featuring CONNIE LIM by Ken Knudtsen (thenerdsofcolor.org)