EDF - Purple Session

When EDF dropped his Ingomar Way EP back in January, the Houston emcee promised that it was “the first of many” to come this year. With the release of his Purple Session EP, EDF seems to be off to a solid start honoring that promise.

His second EP in as many months, Purple Session bears a few of the same faces from Ingomar Way – George Young and Mike Red appear as features, for example, and Soul Division provides production on album opener “Callin’ Me” – but it’s also the polar opposite of its predecessor. Where Ingomar Way was propelled forward by mostly trunk-thumping sounds, Purple Session is much more laid-back in execution.

Slightly shorter, Purple Session flaunts its loyalty to and celebration of Houston culture over the course of four tracks. Look no further than “Keep It H-Town,” for example, and “R.W.J.S (Real Women Jam Screw),” which shouts out the “Fuck Action” series. Juicybeatz, COOP, and GLuck and BDon handle things on the production front; while Cash Capone serves as a third feature on the project. And on the sole feature-free track, EDF teases single potential with the knocking outro “Fed Up” (which samples R. Kelly’s “When A Woman’s Fed Up”). It makes you wonder what else the H-Town rapper may have up his sleeve in the months to come.

Stream EDF’s Purple Session EP for yourself down below.