Portland artist Arogant drops off his dope new project The Wolf Of Northeast just in time to close out the summer. Dripping in Westcoast synths and bass, Arogant makes an impressive statement on his new project delivering bar after bar and game for the streets. With a familiar vocal tone, one listen and you can see the star power in Arogant. One of the most slept on artists in Portland, but with releases like this it won’t be long until the world knows Arogant. Be sure to press play on Wolf Of The Northeast and spend some time on this one! Also, watch the video of Intro to Wolf Of Northeast below.
More About Arogant:
Northwest break out artist Arogant, formerly known as Gotti, has produced a solid body of work and is ready to take the rap game by storm. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon – Arogant has been a kid prodigy since a youth. Growing up in Northeast Portland, at a time that was rough due to drug abuse and violence, he found outlets in basketball and music. Post high school he entered the street game, but soon found out they were a means to an end. With music always in his heart, at just the age of 9 Arogant recorded his first song with his brother and fellow musician “Skrill.”
“Skrill dope! Bro told Me I had gas and taught me about bars and how to rap,” Arogant explained. Being severely detoured by the streets and chasing fast money started feeling like he was wasting his talent quickly. “Everywhere I went they asked me was I a rapper, I think it was a sign from God,” Argoant used those signs as motivation to keep working. Having released projects before his heart was fully into, Arogant was determined to show the world his true God-given talent. Lyrically driven with edgy vocals and catchy hooks, Arogant is primed for the spotlight!
“No matter what happens keep pushing keep going! Shout out Cool Nutz for kicking the door open for Oregon hip hop and all the OG’s that came before me. The Wolf Of Northeast. We gone take it back to the 90’s and flood the streets, they gotta let me in!!”
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