One To Watch: Nino SLG Unveils Thought Provoking Track “Prison Walls”

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

17 Jun 2021

Following on from what’s been a successful string on singles, 15-year-old Nino SLG has returned with the visuals to his latest thought provoking track dubbed “Prison Walls”.

Having previously unveiled a selection of tracks each with a powerful and strong message behind them, Nino SLG has done exactly that with “Prison Walls”. Through peeling back a different layer of vulnerability with each release, the rising force is enabling his supporters to connect with him on a much deeper level. Taking to the Church for the accompanying visuals, the piano-led instrumental allows Nino SLG to spit a slew of hard-hitting and introspective bars throughout.

Speaking on the release, Nino SLG commented, “Prison Walls is a reflection of not only my reality, but also of associates who have encountered the same experiences or emotions.  I believe myself to be an introspective person, so this track allowed me to enter a meditative state and really examine the feelings I may have had during this time period of making this song. The single has quite a slow tempo in comparison to my last two singles in order for people to adequately take in the lyrics I may be saying. Prison Walls is truly real to me, and I feel as if it allows a substantial amount of relatability to be produced, allowing me to build a connection with more people. I would say the track took a while to master despite it being such a simple track. The simplicity of it is what I believe makes the track very special. Not only to me but to others.  I hope it allows many to correlate with the story I’m expressing, touching several different age ranges that feel the same as me.”

Watch the visuals for “Prison Walls” on Mixtape Madness above.