Topeka, Kansas' best kept secret may very well be Stik Figa. He's got a classic under his belt already with Nashville producer L'Orange (The City Under The City), as well as a full EP with Oddisee that turned heads, and now he is back with plans for a January 27, 2017 album declaring whose turn it is: "Central Standard Time."
To start things off, Stik Figa is coming out the gate with a short and precise lyrical exercise of a track showcasing his pen over an elegant beat from Detroit's Black Milk.
"This cut, "Ends & Outs," is a bit of nostalgia for me, I've always wanted to get on a track like that and do the lyrical exercise thing. When I heard the Black Milk beat, I was immediately drawn to the percussive elements first, and how it's not something you hear much anymore. I was inspired by Outkast "Wailin" just a cut with dope beats and rhymes that's fun to listen to, and rewind to make sure you caught everything," said Stik Figa