After being tucked away for two years working on new music, Sin City Cairo reappears to the scene with a brand new 10 tracks album, “Better Late Than Never”.
The album is a behind the scene look at the rappers personal life beyond the music, “If you’d like to know where I’ve been for the past couples years listen to this album” he says. A follow up to, “The Saga” which dropped in the spring of 2020 shortly after the release the world was struck with the Corona Virus Pandemic.
“Better Late Than Never” a project two year in the making, “Is his best work ever” he says.
Growing his abilities as an emcee, Sin City Cairo once again taps into his Egyptian roots. With song like, “Ewl ya Rab” and “Sineen Tewela” that have a full Arabic Chorus. More highlights on the album are songs like, “Pain” and “How Could I Not Cry” a tribute to his late father, (who passed away from Corona Virus in November of 2021) the last song on the album it shows the artist vulnerable side. The chorus goes, “the night my pops died, how could I not cry? How could I not cry? The night my pops died.”
Check out the album above.
About Sin City Cairo:
Korollos Nakhla, known as Sin City Cairo” was born in 1987 to a poor Egyptian family. As a first generation Egyptian American, he feels it’s his mission to give his family the life he says, “…they deserve”. He’s always been passionate about music, even in elementary school and has always known music is what he wants to do with his life.
After Sin City Cairo’s 3rd self-titled mixtape, This Game is Mine, he finally felt he was ready. He set a goal to reach the ears of the right people in the underground Las Vegas Hip Hop arena through the mixtape. The Game is Mine opened doors for the young rapper and helped Sin City Cairo get offered a record deal, “which he declined”. He was also introduced to, “Camel Hump Music” where he recorded his first two albums, “Dreamin While Awake” and “Shooting for the Stars”.
Not too long afterward Sin City Cairo met “J Battle”, a Seattle based emcee who gave him what he needed from day one. “The Wave Plugins”, which is a $10,000 program was used to helped create, what he felt, was the music he should have been making from the start.
He has been making his presence known, primarily in the United States. He has toured all across the U.S. opening up for the likes of Beanie Sigel, Cassidy, Vado, Lil Flip, Cory Gunz, Lil Scrappy, Chris Webby and Obie Trice just to name a few.