Chicago Rapper Novatore Drops Self-Titled Debut


Hardcore Chicago newcomer Novatore kicks off 2016 with the release of his official full-length, self-titled debut.

It consists of mostly 10 solo tracks, outside of guest appearances from Alex Slander and Moecryus.

Novatore hails from the south side of Chicago, where he spent many years playing in bands from the city's DIY punk and metal scene. He eventually transitioned to hip-hop, collaborating with the likes of Jak Tripper and Gore Elohim before dropping his debut mixtape in early 2015 called Dystopian. Also in 2015, he dropped first EP, Suicide by Radio, and opened for indie vets Awol One and Necro on the 2015 Terminator Tour.

His self-titled debut is available now, via Bandcamp.

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