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Published on August 25th, 2022 | by Bryson "Boom" Paul


Cabanaa Goes Acoustic On “Broke Not Broken” (video)

Baltimore’s Finest, Cabanaa is back at it again with his debut EP titled, West Baltimore Love Story. The multifaceted artist is speaking on the trials and tribulations he faces daily in a city that he has grown to love and hate simultaneously.

Cabanaa comes from an environment where people are stuck in their ways and don’t desire change. However, he is the type of person who decided to go a different route to make a different type of change as well as be different from the negativity he sees. Fortunately, he has God to thank for allowing him to be one of the guys to see what’s really going on and make a positive out of a negative.

Having to learn from his mistakes and overcome fear and rejection, Cabanaa is not letting up when it comes to versatility and his music.

Listeners can expect Cabanaa to be his raw authentic self with a dab of West Baltimore, a community that shaped his content that was dangerous and filled with a lot of crime. Cabanaa sings and raps about the things he has experienced in the past and what he is currently going through hoping to create a vibe that people can relate to.

“West Baltimore Love Story is like my love/hate relationship with Baltimore and you know love and hate comes from the same place as the heart. Overall, it’s just about my battle to get to the top in a city where the odds are against me.”

The emcee recently performed at the 2022 SXSW conference performing his new single “Broke Not Broken.” He was also recently featured on “The Source ” magazine platform where they digitally promoted “BNB”as well. Cabanaa definitely has the Texas and internet streets buzzing about how dope he and his music actually are.

Cabanaa is more than just a rapper but he also is a video director, producer, editor, and graphic designer of his own content. He sure is talented and could possibly teach aspiring artists to do the same thing.

“West Baltimore Love Story” is scheduled to release summer 2022. Be sure to stay tuned.


About the Author

Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.

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