Barely two months after the release of his well-received debut album “255“, Mich Straaw is back with a new project, “Untitled.” Last week, the soul sensation treated us to the first single off the EP, ‘Smile Bright Pass That (LA Sun)‘ and now, we are being served the entire project.
On this body of work, Mich Straaw steps back from the boards as the production of the project is solely handled by Top Chief – who is a chef and a music producer.
A couple of weeks back, Mich Straaw premiered the tape on the PGM Radio Show with Douglas Jekan and Zed-Eye. When asked why this EP is coming so close to the release of his previous body of work, Mich responded that “I just wanted something that would be easy to listen to. The 255 album was for the world. This one is more for like Naija here. It gives me mainland vibes.”
Containing just three songs, Mich sees the project as a stream, flowing directly from the beginning to the end with the second track serving as a mild interlude.
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