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I’m Going Home: Estonian rapper PK doesn’t want to be stopped on ‘Stillwater’

As he feels like his stories are getting dull and the time has arrived to head back home, PK feels rather down about current times with his latest single called ‘Stillwater‘.

PK is a Tallinn, Estonia-based indie alt-emo hip-hop artist. He blends in euro-trance, pop punk and hyperpop into his vivid music creations, to bring the world a truly unique experience from all of his much-awaited releases.

After starting off as a battlerapper, his craft has developed into less traditional hip-hop and is influenced a lot by mid-west emo and new school trap..” ~ PK

With an honest flow that is packed full of his introspective feelings about how he views the world and himself, this is a thoughtful affair with lots to wrap into from a rapper with an intriguing style that has you totally captivated.

Stillwater‘ from the Estonian indie alt-emo hip-hop solo musician PK, is the story about knowing when its time to get away from people for a while. Your true friends know that you just need some space, but others just don’t get it and start to question you.

This is a high voltage track made with a knowing insight – as he brings forth he uniquely new school sound – for our awaiting speakers to immerse deeply inside.

Hear this intense new single on Spotify and see more via the IG music channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Estonian singer/rapper PK drops video for ”I think the asphalt hates me”

Based in Tallinn, Estonia-Joosep Vau aka PK (PKestonia)- has just slashed the tires with ”I think the asphalt hates me”. This new track is the lead song off his new album ”dress sexy at my funeral” which is slated for a 22nd June release.

This is an OG in the Estonian rap game as he has been rocking the mic since 2004. He flows effortlessly and his songs have meaning. I’m worried about PK’s mindset at the moment as he seems really down with himself. I’m picking up some heartbreak here and I hope he can recover from this with good friends around.

Music does heal so by expressing himself through his art I believe that we can all grow together. ”I think the asphalt hates me” is a song like no other and this Estonian rap star has made his mark on 2020. He has loyal support and is one of the top emcees in Scandinavia. Let’s hope that he can build from this and get out of his own head as soon as possible. To fully flourish we need to be clear mentally.

Stream this track via Youtube.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen