Strolling in with effortless finesse for the ladies and rhythmic appeal for the fellas, Hip Hop artist and producer Wil May brings AmericanCOOL to the masses on his recently dropped EP. Having lived in California, Texas, Michigan, New York, and currently Atlanta, May’s style, in its conglomeration, is the outcome of a rather nomadic timeline and one in which he intends “to be the making of new genre which we call COOL.”

Needless to say, he knows what he’s doing when it comes to being arrestingly patriotic. AmericanCOOL is pieced together as a conscious arena for today’s music industry, appealing yet informative in a generational coherent sense; not to mention, thoroughly true to its title. Weaving in NASA audio segments in between tracks, the EP embraces the nation all the way to space and back. May rhymes for early mornings, breezy beach days, hot Popsicle lickin’ afternoons, and hazy, drunken nights. Despite place or time, when AmericanCOOL comes streaming through the speakers, Wil May’s got you saying “God Bless America…”