Iman. Releases First Studio Album This Car Ain’t Stolen”
It’s hot outside and Iman. is officially OUTSIDE! Iman., has been preparing for the release of his anticipated first studio album “This Car Ain’t Stolen” for over two years. Initially set to release the summer of 2020, #TCAS has been magic in the making. Often reciting the phrase “We Own It”, Iman. doesn’t only take pride in the album because of his hard work and dedication, the album is the first project to drop on his OWN record label, “A Sinners Peace Records” established in 2020, preceding the pandemic. The sixteen-track album is a story that Iman. has been ready to tell for quite some time. The album is also produced by “Hey Samyr” whose worked with artists like Rick Ross, Jada Kiss and DeRay Davis. “Iman. is very versatile and has a record for everyone. Be prepared to hear different sides of him throughout his album. He is very lyrical and his bars always include a double entendre.”- Hey Samyr.
His hot summer single off the album, “Drop Ya Glasses” is a remix to Eve’s familiar “Blow Your Mind” track w/ Gwen Stefani and is a smooth addition to the track list. “Should Be Dead”, is a personal track that explains a story close to his heart, reminiscing on a near death experience and is filled with dope lyrics and a hype flow. Another hitter that he’s hopeful will catch the attention of fans is “Prada”, an ode to celebration of self and fly fashion. To promote both tracks, Iman., will do two social media campaigns to involve the fans using reel videos. Winners of the challenge will receive a free Uber ride in their city (New York + Chicago Participants Only). Iman.
“This Car Ain’t Stolen” is about OWNERSHIP. Owning your art, Owning your voice, Ownership.”- Iman. “This Car Ain’t Stolen” is available TODAY on all platforms. CLICK HERE #TCAS for the exclusive link, available today!
“No matter the age nor the type of vehicle, being classified “Black” we are constantly reminded that we as a race are seen as unworthy and a danger to those around us. For a long time I struggled with the science of how normalized that was and how I became desensitized to seeing it. My older self sees this all as a game, a game we plan to win. They literally put the most dangerous one behind the controller and now I got control. When people listen to this, I want them to understand this is not the basketball version of my mother’s son. But this is “Mani” that never knew if he’d ever make it. PLAY TO WIN. DRIVE SAFE. THIS🚙❌STOLEN” – Iman. #TCAS
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