Cordae, has had a pretty stellar 2022. That started with him dropping his highly-anticipated and mostly critically-acclaimed sophomore album, From a Bird’s Eye View. In January. Which he went on tour for in the Spring. Then releasing a new two-pack EP, Unacceptable. In August. As well as releasing several video’s and singles throughout the year. Plus giving some pretty stellar festival performances throughout the Summer. At festival’s such as Hot 97’s Summer Jam, Coachella, Lollapalooza and Summerfest.
So it only seems appropriate that today on the first day of the final month of the year. Cordae gives us more new music with the very reflective and inspiring, Feel It In The Air. His flip of the Beanie Sigel classic of the same name. That is almost just as good as the original and truly shows what a great versatile amazing emcee that Cordae is. As he delivers such heartfelt and honest lyrics as, ”I’m ‘posed to be filled with joy, ’cause n***as made it. I thought the n***a Ralph was real, but he wrote a statement. And every time I get on the Gram. I’m in the matrix. And it’s crazy how I call Dave Chappelle, on some homie shit. Especially when I realize that he don’t owe me shit. I lost my first Grammy, same day we lost Kobe, shit. Glad I got to meet him at the U.S. Open, shit. We had a dope convo, though I’m never disclosin’ it. It’s certain key moments when I die that I’m goin’ with.”
Cordae also debuting alongside the single an accompanying Isaac Garcia-directed video. That sees him hitting his former home and the Maryland neighborhood he grew up in. As well as very well known places Iverson Mall and Forman Mills around that area. That makes you appreciate the honest heartfelt lyrics from Cordae even more too.