Atlanta, GA, April 6, 2019 – marks the official release of Threat “Waiting for Summer!”

“Waiting for the Summer” is a classic Hip-Hop record layered with lyricism. Filmed in Atlanta, GA, the accompanying visual exposes a silent reality in one of the cities most impoverished neighborhoods. The west side of Atlanta is filled with boarded up houses and abandoned properties, an after effect of gentrification – a now commonly used word in a city that used to be known as Black Hollywood. Threat, a Florida native currently residing in the A, sheds light on this disheartening misfortune while telling his own tales of struggle and hardship.

The east-coastish instrumental behind Threat’s cold flows instantly gets heads nodding in unison – a true testament of real Hip-Hop music. The beat was produced and sampled by Alano Adan, a talented singer/songwriter/producer based in central Florida. For the fans who’ve been craving bars, Threat offers a chilling breath of fresh air. But, in the midst of glory stories (that sound sort of like confessionals) are an underlying message of Hope – something the game has been missing.

Video – Threat “Waiting for Summer”: