Moving his weight out of Atlanta, Nessly is continuing to build on top of the success he had with Still Finessin. For his new 9-track EP, Nessly gets the job done himself with no features. Solo Boy Band gives us more of Ness, as oppose to his Still Finessin tape — holding three features. Talking to FADER via email, Nessly said
I started on the idea of the Solo Boy Band nearing the finish of my prior project Still Finessin. “I just couldn’t wait to get into it. I felt I was making music closer to the sound Ive always envisioned to have. I called it Solo Boy Band because the listeners would able to take it free of bias or distraction, getting me and purely me only.
Take a listen to the EP below.