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Blacc Zacc Carolina Narc Album Cover Art
Blacc Zacc Carolina Narc Album Cover Art
Photo Credit: Interscope Records

South Carolina Rapper Blacc Zacc Drops Debut Album 'Carolina Narco'

Blacc Zacc Carolina Narc Album Cover Art Photo Credit: Interscope Records

With Carolina Narco, the South Carolina rapper reintroduces himself to his fans and provides an opportunity for new listeners to get familiar with his sound.

Amidst all of the music releases that arrived recently , Blacc Zacc's debut album Carolina Narco is a surefire standout. Hailing from Columbia, South Carolina the rapper lays down memorable bars over bass-heavy beats on his latest project. Features on the 11-track release include DaBaby, Moneybagg Yo, Stunna 4 Vegas and Yo Gotti. 

Last year, Blacc Zacc rolled out Trappin Like Zacc, while in 2018 he unveiled Blacc Frost, these were both mixtapes. He’s been rapping since he was 13 years old, but he took his unique stage name in 2010 which was when he released his first mixtape 1st Round Draft Pick.  With his latest album, he reintroduces himself to fans and music lovers alike. Trappin Like Zacc featured appearances by Stunna 4 Vegas, LightSkinKeisha, and Key Glock. 

On Carolina Narco he impressively showcases his lyrical capabilities, his rhymes pair well with the production done by Young Kio, OG Parker, Romano, and others. Tracks like “Coccy” and “All Day” are tracks that we’ll keep going back to for months to come. The former has a beat that’s heavy-hitting, combined with Blacc Zacc’s vocals the cut is an undeniable great song that needs to be added to your summer cookout playout. 

“All Day” is a melodic song equipped with a laid back beat, it’s another favorite of ours from the album. So is “Bang,” on this track the chemistry between the two southern rappers is quite apparent. DaBaby who has roots in North Carolina delivers biting bars that farewell alongside Zacc’s memorable chorus. 

In total, Carolina Narco is an example of Andre 3000’s classic quote “the south got something to say” from his acceptance speech at The Source Awards in 1995. This new release continues Blacc Zacc’s journey within the hip-hop industry.

Stream Carolina Narco below.

Following Carolina Narco, Blacc Zacc dropped Carolina Narco The Movie, a short film. The visual features the rapper and his crew on a fictional journey reminiscent of Starz's series Power as its filled with betrayal, jealousy, envy and new beginnings. When speaking of the film, he shared: "I wanted to create this film because nobody’s been dropping movies with their projects lately."

This article was originally published on March 6, 2020, it was updated on March 27.