Why Detroit artist Nuk’s ‘Red Tape’ project is a problem

Taylor Greer

Nuk takes his Big Godz movement to new heights, with the recent release of his “Red Tape” project produced by Jose The Plug. Nuk’s authenticity bleeds through in every song, songs like “Konxicous” and “Pedigree” are evidence of theses truth. It’s rare to find an artist who can open a listeners ears, while simultaneously opening their eyes, giving them a inside look into that artist environment. Nuk does a good job articulating and explicitly expressing himself on this “Red Tape” project. Lock in with Nuk and his Big Godz movement below.

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