Clairmont the Second gives new life to his 2016 album release Quest For Milk And Honey, by releasing a Black Edition to the project. Clairmont has remained very active. After releasing his album QFMH the young Weston Road rapper announced he is going on tour with Vancouver rapper SonReal. Towards the end of 2016 he released a song titled Not Done hinting that he had more music on the way.
Tag a friend your coming with… and if your city isn't on this list… SHOUT IT OUT!!!! pic.twitter.com/Kw5UCN8lHb
— SonReal (@TheRealSonReal) January 30, 2017
As 2017 rolled out the talented young Toronto rapper announced a re-release of QFMH was dropping at the end of the month as the Black Edition.
— Clairmont The Second (@CTSecond) January 13, 2017
The re-release of Clairmont’s project was in partnership with his new record/publishing label Black Box and his new management team The Feldman Agency. Black Box is the record label, which his tour mate SonReal is signed to. The Feldman Agency is also recognized for managing various Toronto come up stories such as Daniel Caesar, Alessia Cara, Alex Veliz and Classified.
— Black Box Music (@weareblackbox) January 27, 2017
— The Feldman Agency (@FeldmanAgency) January 27, 2017
The Black Edition of QFMH has 4 new additions to the project, one of them being the re-release of his 2016 single The Road. This project re-release is very similar to what another Weston Road rapper did last year after getting signed. His name is J-Soul and his project November Twelve released late in 2015 and early in 2016 he got signed to Cash Money. The mixtape shortly got taken down from SoundCloud and was re-released under Cash Money in March 2016 with a few new tracks.
The new additions to the project do more than just give the album new life, but it also announces Clairmont’s new partnerships with two local companies–Black Box and The Feldman Agency.
Listen to Quest For Milk & Honey (Black Edition):