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Seattle rapper Porter Ray is about to release his new album 'Watercolor'. Stream it now after the jump.

We have labelled Watercolor with our editor's choice badge, which means we totally dig the record. Make sure you listen to it at least once. Watercolor will be released on Mar 10, 2017. It will be released via . Stream it courtesy of Stereogum. Also check out our Porter Ray artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Porter Ray. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for 'Watercolor'.

And if you like what you hear, get it over at iTunes or Amazon.

Watercolor tracklist

1. Waves (feat. Aslan T. Rife)
2. East Seattle
3. Bulletproof Windows (feat. Nate Jack & Thad)
4. Past Life (feat. Cashtro & Black)
5. Everybody [Interlude] (feat. Fly Guy Dai of Shabazz Palaces)
6. The Mirror Between Us (feat. JD & JusMoni)
7. Sacred Geometry (feat. Cashtro & The Palaceer of Shabazz Palaces)
8. Arithmetic (feat. Infinite & Stas Thee Boss of THEESatisfaction)
9. Navi Truck
10. Lightro [Looking for the Light] (feat. Stas Thee Boss of THEESatisfaction)
11. Dissolving in a Daydream
12. My Mother's Words (feat. Debra Sullivan)
13. Beautiful (feat. Aslan T. Rife)

Porter Ray tour dates:

08/18 - SF Bay Area, CA @ Great American Music Hall
08/20 - Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom
08/24 - Dallas - Fort Worth, TX @ Club Dada
08/26 - Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
08/27 - Columbia, SC @ Music Farm
08/31 - Detroit, MI @ El Club
09/01 - Seattle, WA @ Unknown venue
09/06 - New York, NY @ Warsaw
09/07 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
09/08 - Washington, DC @ Black Cat
09/08 - Spokane, WA @ Riverfront Park
09/09 - Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
09/13 - St Louis, MO @ The Ready Room

'Watercolor' Reviews

We currently know 5 reviews for "Watercolor" by Porter Ray. The album received pretty solid reviews among the critics and is one of the better ones this year.

"Employing a Drake-like emotional honesty (though thankfully minus the Canadian’s tendency for self-pity) he recounts unflinching vignettes of Seattle street-life shot through with harrowing biographical details."

80 % Record Collector
"There’s a certain depth and outright honesty in Ray’s lyrics that sets him apart from many of his peers and shows that he’s not afraid to bare his soul in his music. That openness makes for incredibly powerful listening."

80 % The Skinny
"Mostly, it’s a fascinating listen that requires a few times through to really connect with the vibe before you can fully appreciate it. Give it the time, though, and you will appreciate it, and maybe you’ll even appreciate your life a little more, too."

70 % PopMatters
"While the productions are animated and spacious, creating openings for his jam-packed phrases, the sound doesn’t take the full step forward that would help spotlight and redefine Seattle rap."

66 % Pitchfork
"Too often, however, he gets mired in sexual pursuits, as well as excessive drug talk. The album's vinyl edition is 18 tracks long, including bonus songs and instrumentals, but even the 13-track standard CD version is exhausting, at 52 minutes."

60 % AllMusic

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