Manchester-based rhymer, Just Banco, has just dropped a brand-new project titled Never Enough, and it sees the musician build on the momentum of previously-released and viral hits such as “Sweet Like Sorbet,” “Return of the Manc,” and “Ahh Damn.”
Throughout Manchester, the city is bursting with musical talent. For example, Aitch and Bugzy Malone are producing club-ready accounts about life throughout the Rainy City, while the likes of Meekz are producing rough-and-ready street tales. However, Just Banco — who has been a mainstay in Mancunian popularity for some time now — has continued to stay in his own lane, providing smooth melodies combined with silky rhymes that touch on a melange of topics; from street tales to romantic love affairs.
Linking up with a slew of producers, including fellow Manchester resident, WhyJay, Never Enough presents Banco riding a collection of 808-laden instrumentals with ease, adding his usual swag-infused energies to the fore while continuing to prove that Auto-Tune can still be used to create something unique.
Keeping features minimal, the only guest to arrive on the tape comes in the form of Frezno Herami, who appears on “Coke On The Side.” The record is a dark approach to late-night cruises around the city and touches on the lives both rappers lived before their successes in the music game.
Exclusively telling Hypebeast UK about the release of his new project, Banco said: “Never Enough is a mirage of sleepless nights, highs and lows, the good, the bad, and the wavy — all curled up into one big steak bake.”
You can check out the visuals to one of the lead singles from Never Enough above and be sure to stream the project in its entirety below.
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