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"Hate on the Rocks" is a hard rock twist to a breakup in a relationship when an ex-lover is drowning in heartbreak, depression and regret.

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This grungy offering takes the listener through a musical journey where Nzondi delivers captivating vocals and lyrics that are relatable and eerie; layered with a tapestry of influences that land somewhere between Blink-182 and the British indie rock group, Wet Leg. 


Being that he’s also a horror author, he often explores themes of the macabre and Freak is no different as the song is a blend of horror metal, fiction and as he says, “Somewhat introspective”. 

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ft. Fredro Starr


Nzondi’s “Teenage RockStarr” carries the energy of a Red Hot Chili Peppers-charged track featuring Dave Moreno (Puddle of Mudd) on drums and Fredro Starr (Onyx).

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Influenced by mostly Seattle-bred bands like Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Nirvana, Nzondi's second single "whatever" sounds like an Alternative Rock Ballad from a TV teen drama but is actually a song (inspired by true events) about a teenaged boy trying to provide comfort to his girlfriend after she lost her younger sister in a mass school shooting. Note the names on the tombstones...

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