Rising Savannah, Georgia 21-year-old rapper Quando Rondo has arrived with his latest album Diary of a Lost Child. The offering follows January 2020’s QPac and furthers his artistic growth through 16 new tracks. It’s an all-encompassing, personal journey through his depression, pain and the process of working through it all to become a better person and better artist.
Quando has readily and openly discussed his origin story through past offerings like his 2019 project From the Neighborhood to the Stage and here he appears to have perfected that formula. His ear for melodies and flow was attributed to “secretly singing in the bathroom as a 9-year-old boy in Savannah, Georgia,” according to a recent press release. On Diary of a Lost Child nothing is forced. The tracklist also stands in stark contrast to QPac and its features of Polo G, 2 Chainz, Lil Durk and others. Diary is a solo affair dedicated entirely to Quando’s narrative. It’s a worthwhile journey.
Stream Quando Rondo’s latest full-length album below. In more music updates, Martin Shkreli’s $2 million USD purchase of an unreleased Wu-Tang Clan album is set to become a new Netflix film.