Born and raised in Harlem New York’s Martin Luther King Projects (Foster) , Eleven5 has been coined as the leader of the new generation after becoming the voice of his neighborhood. The Harlem bred rapper’s name stands for his block and was giving to him by his homies .

He dropped his latest EP “Trust No One” on 4/20 , which is now out on all platforms. The 8 track project tape represents Eleven5 becoming a better version of his self. The cover art shows him burying the old him for a better life .

Throughout the project Eleven5 gives a glimpse of what it’s like growing up in Harlem, reflecting on his upbringing on tracks like “Pops” & “5am in Harlem”. Tracks like “Gabbana Steppin'” “Big Bag” “Monster’s Inc” & “TNO Freestyle” is Eleven5 at his toying around with different flows over jarring production.

With a listening time of 21 minutes, Trust No One is a quick enjoyable listen with some of heavy replay value. Check out the project above.