Buffalo's Che Noir has shared a new self-produced single called "Bless the Food", which finds her showcasing her razor sharp lyricism and raw, soulful production style. In the past couple of years, the artist has become one of the premier rising voices in underground hip-hop, joining 38. Spesh's TRUST collective and releasing two strong albums in 2020 with As God Intended and Juno. Now, she returns with a memorable, intense release in "Bless the Food", a lead single from her upcoming LP Food for Thought.
The instrumental for "Bless the Food" is glorious and optimistic, centred around elegant strings samples and twinkling, subtle keys. Beneath, gritty drums and rugged bass create a solid foundation for Noir's charismatic, captivating rhymes. Her command of the microphone is truly impressive, as she weaves dynamic, engaging flows over the rugged instrumental with ease. This track's relentless, exciting intensity make it difficult to focus on anything else while listening, drawing us fully into its atmosphere.
Across her recent releases, Che Noir has consistently maintained a level of quality matched by few in the game right now. "Bless the Food" is no different, continuing to prove why she is an exciting, refreshing voice in underground hip-hop. This single will appear on her anticipated solo album Food for Thought, dropping this month.