Orlando emcee SuCoo brings us a 10-track offering that easily displays his versatility and consistency as an artist. Sorry For The Noise comes as a followup to his joint record SupaQ and his previous solo project, The SuCoo Special. Reminiscent of Mick Jenkins, this young man has so much substance waiting to be unearthed. Man can spit about love, man can spit about strife… I feel like he can make any topic palatable when he flips it on you. All My Homies squadmates Kb Da Boss & John Q cameo on the project along with songstress Brittany Bae. With a worldly appeal, uber-creative song writing on an eclectic array of production & top-notch videography, SFTN is a must have as we ride out Spring into Summertime. If you are not a believer, cotdammit I’m going to make you one before I leave this plane. Burn up and catch the groove: