Cleveland rapper, Savo, released his latest project “Savo Season,” yesterday. The narrative tale about his upbringing in Cleveland, and the socioeconomic inequalities he experienced growing up as a kid on 76 Street Clair are major topics of the tape. The incredibly cohesive project has overlying political connotations, and touches on injustices involving police, and the criminal justice system – ultimately calling for prison reform.
While maintaining upbeat rhyme schemes, the EP is a critique on the political system within Cleveland and the effects it has on the city’s everyday people. The project comes following a successful string of releases that have cultivated into a diverse online following in Ohio and Atlanta. The EP also features Louisiana legend Lil Boosie, along with other notable favorites.