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Published on November 7th, 2023 | by Ralph Okobz


Pennsylvania’s Artimes Prime Share Thought-provoking Single “Liberty’s Baby”

The highly anticipated, intense, and impactful new single “Liberty’s Baby” by rising emcee Artimes Prime drops just in time for today’s highly anticipated off-year election in numerous U.S. states. The song, which was sparked by the 2020 countrywide riots and protests, talks about the dangerous confrontations that can result from having different ideologies and worldviews. The song also looks at the ways in which different defects are inherited by different people.

Prime delivers his thought-provoking lyrics over a captivatingly morose Boom-Bap beat produced by Digital Crates, showcasing the rapper’s ability to effortlessly stretch and bend his rhymes, switch flows and cadences, and mould them into a myriad of sounds. The song’s conscious lyrics make for a compelling composition that resonates with listeners. Hailing from Newtown, Pennsylvania, Artimes Prime has been making waves in the music industry since 2016, earning recognition as the number eight ‘Independent Hip-Hop Artist’ in the world by The Source Magazine in 2020. His undeniable talent has solidified his position as a versatile emcee, blending unique styles seamlessly. “A lot of people like to blame millennials, but we can only work with what we were given,” Prime explains. “This song talks about how we aren’t always dealt the best hand, but there are different generational flaws that are passed down to the next, hence the name ‘Liberty’s Baby’.”

With over 125k streams amassed across seven recorded projects in just seven years, Artimes Prime’s prolific output of music has struck a chord with fans worldwide. His unique blend of lyricism, inventive flows, and captivating storytelling has garnered significant attention and acclaim. Get to know more about the artist here.

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