For Atlanta native Will EQ it's all come down to this. With the release of his brand new project "Social Insecurity 1.5: Rise Of The Machine", his voice is being used for much more than just lyrics; he's trying to change the world. Now this may sound like a large feat to some, but when you understand what it takes to ascend against the ranks of those opposing us, the only thing left to do is fight fire with fire.
Building a machine of his own, Will brings organization to the forefront and picks up where he left off with his previous release. Blending hidden metaphors with double meanings, he just asks that you don't call this a sequel, but more of a continuation of the social consciousness he's been speaking since he broke onto the scene.
His new movement "Machine Society" is the fuel behind this driving force, with a team of creatives taking a stand and putting on for all the truth seekers of the world. Production comes in limited, but strong showing from The Psychonautz, Zen and The Beat Machines, as Hobo the Great and King Cole handle feature duties. Look for EQ to continue his uprising with the impending release of his brand new album "7 Day Weekend", coming soon. For now, fall out of line, take a stand and press play on the movement that is "Social Insecurity 1.5: Rise Of The Machine".