Warren Wint knows what he needs on “The Whole 9”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Fast-rising NY emcee Warren Wint makes his debut on TWIB with his first release for 2020 titled “The Whole 9.” The new single picks up right where he left off last year, after releasing visuals for singles from his critically acclaimed debut album Quietaskept such as “One Of A Kind”, ‘Maybe”, “This Way”, and “Keep That Energy’”.

 

Co-produced by Othellobeats, who has previously worked with PNB RockYung Ro, and Pop Smoke, among others, and V-Notes (Joell OrtizShontelleCocoa Sarai), ‘The Whole 9’ sees Warren Wint waxing lyrical and paying homage to the boss women who “got her own s**t, that the whole 9” as he raps on the song’s chorus. The track is not only driven by Warren’s infectious flow and lyrical dexterity, but also by the glorious drums-led musical backdrop, which is reminiscent of the seminal ‘golden era’ New York hip hop music, while also drawing groove influences from 80’s R&B classics.

Speaking about the inspiration behind ‘The Whole 9’, Warren Wint says, “the song takes its cue from the classic phrase ‘the whole nine yards’, which typically means everything you could possibly want or have or ‘the whole package’ as I would say. It’s a tribute to boss women, and on the flipside, boss men as well, because these days, we all want to be with people that can be more than just a fun night, and who can bring something to the table. Musically, I wanted to do something that showed you could still have fun with rap music, I wanted the track to feel familiar while remaining uniquely me”.

He is currently working on his highly anticipated sophomore album Father’s Favorite, which is set to be released this summer.

 

2020 LIVE DATES

April 17 – Toyota Oakdale Theatre, Connecticut

April 29 – Respect Da Grind Showcase, New York

 

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