The album Yesteryear Vol.II details a mixture of life experiences NWMN has encountered throughout his journey both in life and through music. It reflects on the many temptations one faces when they are chasing any sort of goal or dream, but more specifically, it addresses the mental struggles he has faced on his journey in life thus far. In many ways the album embodies an “insider’s perspective” on his ideology and thinking, with further complements of lighter, more trap and party anthem based pieces littered between to appeal to his southern roots, and give nods to much of the music culture he has grown up around prior to his recent move to LA. The piece as a whole is a unique take on alternative trap with added elements of rock to accumulate into a piece that has elements appealing to most urban music listeners.


Hunter Steele Newman also known as NWMN of Atlantic Beach, NC began his rap career in 2016. At the age of 22 the young aspiring artist moved to Los Angeles, CA to further pursue his career. His inspiration comes from the rappers like Drake, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, and Future. NWMN seen success in his single that he released with Meek Mill’s co-signed artist “Vory”. Make sure to keep an eye on this up and coming artist and follow him on social media.

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