Yahweh Almighty Stands Out From The Rest With Track “Perky Land”
Since finding his name through meditating while in jail, Yahweh Almighty’s ability to detail his turbulent past in his music sets him apart from his contemporaries. The Boston native released a hot track called “Perky Land,” which a club song feel, with lyrics that detail taking drugs and partying while still sprinkling in moments from his past.
The track’s Rod Wave-inspired beat and lively, melodic style helps balance the fun spirit of the song while still infusing his mature feel. It also showcases what Yahweh is capable of as a rapper and gives audiences a taste of what to expect next!
Yahweh Almighty — Born Jerod Brown (changing his name to Jerod Brown-Carter after being adopted at two years old) — music became an outlet for self expression for him at an early age.
“Coming from a background of an orphan you tend to think you’re a mistake, you have to prove yourself for people’s approval, and sometimes get mixed with the wrong crowd just because those same guys become the family you never had! All that said, [music] made me an advocate for my people and more,” Yahweh Almighty explained.
However, it wasn’t until his mother passed away that he decided to really take music seriously.
“When my mother passed It was the best way to channel my emotions and was therapy for me. Music was just an outlet to communicate to people what I wasn’t comfortable to say out loud! 2 years ago I really just buckled down and decided this is how I’m going to make my mark in the world,” Carter said.
Since then, Yahweh Almighty has gone on tour with DJ Scheme and Danny Towers and has a possible tour in the works with Geffen signee and frequent Cole Bennett collaborator $NOT. His track “Perky Land” is one of his proudest releases to date, and the journey is just getting started.
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