Fresh off his Dash Radio interview, the announcement of upcoming U.S. tour dates, and following the release of his thought provoking visual for “Numb,” which consciously closed out National Suicide Prevention Week, Los Angeles residing emcee Torrian Ball delivers his 15 track body of work Philophobia. The album dives deep into our basic human fear of being vulnerable enough to fall in love and can be best described as a sonic reflection of Torrian’s past trials,traumas, and most importantly his triumph. [Photo Credit: Medium Creative Agency]
Including the aforementioned quickstrike, title track record, “Quad Cities,” and “Peace of Mind,” the LP also includes introspective songs like “Grown Man Cry,” “Therapy,” and “Forgiveness.” Though the Illinois-raised recording artist holds his own while proving to be the self-proclaimed ‘King of Relatable Rap’ additional vocals come compliments of Todd Zach Jr., Xavy Rusan, and TJ; who makes two appearances.
In a statement to the press about the LP, the Vibe Tribe frontman details:
“Philophobia is the fear of falling or being in love. This project touches on how messed up the state of relationships are and how the trauma from our past can ruin them. This album is the therapy session the world desperately needs!”
Stream T.B.’s Philophobia project in its entirety as well as check out the music video for “Numb” via Vydia here.