In April, Vegas rapper Love At First Sound/LAFS (b. Baltimore Robinson) dropped his sningle “Overlooked To Overbooked,” now he brings forth his full project titled Audra, named after his influential older sister.
It’s 11-tracks of thought provoking, deeply-personal songs about heavy topics such as depression. Throughout the project, LAFS uses old voicemails from his sister that has helped get him through tough times.
“My sister is my consistency, my guardian angel, my god,” he told VegasSeven.com. “I didn’t release this project to gain fans or to get a radio single or to get signed. This shit was my therapy. All these voice mails would be on my iTunes, and I’d listen to it like music.
His sister Audra is eighteen years older than him and the share the same father. She was there for him when he was homeless and even talked him out of committing suicide, as heard on one of the voicemails in “Apartment 222.”
Stream below and purchase Audra on iTunes HERE.
Read about Love At First Sound’s journey to the album’s release HERE.