US rappers Rell Lo and Knuckles are working on new EP The Campaign.
The pair met in Lawton, Oklahoma, last year and soon started making tracks together before launching the single Still Working - produced by Young Shun.
More music and mixtapes have created a buzz about the duo, who tell the tales of their lives through their music.
Knuckles - born Steven Nuckolls - fell in love with rap music at the age of eight thanks to Fat Boys' Coming Back Hard Again and wrote his first rap at 13.
He served five years in prison writing songs about his life and his stay
in prison. While in clink, he also had seven poems published and was nominated by the
International Society Of Poetry for Poet Of The Year.
Meanwhile Rell Lo - real name Jarrell Lusby - discovered rap through Tupac aged five. He wrote his first rap at eight with cousin Alvin and went on to make a mixtape in 2007 with childhood pal Vonte in a group called Tha Prospects.
He continued to write music
after the death of his little brother Octavious Johnson.
You can find out more about the pair at facebook.com/steven.nuckolls, twitter.com/knucklesrap, reverbnation.com/knucklesrap, soundcloud.com/knucklesrap, twitter.com/westsiderelllo, reverbnation.com/relllo and soundcloud.com/rell-lo-2