Last year North Carolina hip-hop artist P.A.T. Junior released his acclaimed album in “Learning To Live”. After sharing the stage with Oddisee & Kooley High, P.A.T. Junior is getting set to release some new music in the form of the “Black & Mild” EP. While there isn’t much known about the project as a whole, P.A.T Junior has decided to unleash the single “Better Days”.
Featuring backing vocals from frequent collaborator Lizzie Casey & RJ Hatton and produced by P.A.T Junior himself “Better Days” finds the artist on the other side of life’s conflict. He takes us through times of unemployment and coming face to face with his fears. P.A.T. doesn’t wallow in these times as the beat and his lyrics exude confidence and triumph. “Better Days” is a fitting follow-up to everything we heard on “Learning to Live”. P.A.T. Junior calls us to face our struggles head on, because regardless of what happens better days are ahead.
“Black & Mild” is an EP that will release this summer.
Keep it locked here as we’ll be debuting P.A.T Junior’s documentary “a journey to a better day” next week.