Today marks the premiere of Stunna Gambino‘s new album, Vultures Don’t Kry. The release is accompanied by a music video for the track “Everyday Struggles.”
Stunna combines soulful singing with raw honesty on his new album. The album sounds like an inspiring manual for surviving on the streets, full of melody and horror and the hard-learned skills he picked up while living in Washington Heights. Over the course of the 15-track project, the rapper explores a new side of his artistry while building on his current sound.
Previously released songs “Warzone” with A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, “Man Down,” and “Frozen” are all included on Vulture’s Don’t Kry alongside a plethora of others. Other artists that collaborated with Stunna Gambino include 2KBABY on “Ghetto,” Lil Perco on “Self Worth,” and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie appears once more on “Demons.” While rapping about guarded love and the underlying facts of his circumstances, Stunna’s lyricism on Vultures Don’t Kry is both introspective and therapeutic, delving into his signature tormented melodies.
Listen to the album below.