Chicago rapper Bowl King, has been in the kitchen cooking up some heat with his latest project titled “No Glorification”
The mixtape is a reflection of the everyday hustle and grind. Bowl King expressed earlier this year that he had some major heat that he wanted delivered to the streets. He kicked that off by dropping, Street Platinum, the first single from his “No Glorification” mixtape.
Following that first single, he released from the album, he reflected on his feelings about the unreal that he observes in We ain’t Seen Him., The track was a tribute to everyone who stays flexing.
Produced by popular producers such as Rio Mack, Chase Davis, Street Execs King Ceo, and Morphius. The No Glorification mixtape also features cuts with Chi Hoover, Valee, Von, and Big IL and is dedicated to hard workers and folks that grind hard to survive.
Bowl also spiced the mixtape up with appearances from Dj Smallz and Chicago’s Own Dj Amaris. The theme of No Glorification focuses on the notion that the hustlers don’t glorify what they do to make it happen. The belief by Bowl in fact is that anyone who listens to the his latest work can make “a million out that vision bowl,” and that’s why he reigns as the Bowl King!
“No Glorification” can be downloaded on livemixtapes by clicking here.