Listen to Atlanta-native Punk-Rap artist Kent Osborne’s latest ‘Obsolete’

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Kent Osborne, a young artist with the level of energy he’s supposed to have, released a song called ‘Obsolete’ on the first of May. Inspired by a dark time in his life, the “traumatic experience” led to a mental breakdown, and he attempted to harm himself. I know that Osborne isn’t alone in his feelings, especially right now with all that’s going on in the world, so I wanted to share his expression. As the Nashville-based artist continues to rise, I believe he will be able to make a substantial change in the lives of his fanbase. His Punk/Metal/Grunge-influence transparent brand of Rap is sure to do the trick. Listen to the song below.

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