Music for the masses, deep lyrics, catchy melodies and personal messages to Wordsmith’s newborn son, Kingston Noah Parker, make-up this time capsule of tunes called King Noah
Boom bap beats meet acoustic, alternative and pop instrumentation to quickly erase any resemblance of an average rap album. King Noah focuses on good music instead of sticking to a particular genre.
Furthermore, Wordsmith’s King Noah takes you from the moment his son is born to predicting his future. Word’s ability to write songs that describe the detailed obstacles of life as you get older and appeasing the consumer who just likes good production and memorable hooks is easily attained throughout this album.
Fans alike will be able to relate to the life lessons Wordsmith lays out, while getting a sense of their childhood along the way. Music is supposed to evoke emotions or set a certain mood for the person listening to it; King Noah is the blueprint for those circumstances.
This is an album that is bold and timeless in an era where HipHop is similar to fast food. You have to be optimistic when an artist is willing to take a risk and create an album that is personal in nature, but worldly in its musical presentation. That embodies Baltimore, MD’s Wordsmith!