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One year after releasing the cult sensation, Everything's Fine, Quelle Chris is back with the new solo album, Guns, featuring artists like Jean Grae, Bilal Salaam, Denmark Vessey. Known for his boundlessly creative style that has inspired artists like Earl Sweatshirt and Danny Brown, Quelle is a true innovator and artist. "Guns is an arsenal of both sounds, styles and subjects," says Quelle. "At it's core it's about things that can be weaponized for good or evil, including ourselves. The words we say, what we fear, how we love, how we live, what we ingest, what we believe in, who we idolize, shit like that. Somewhat a sonic study of the question "do 'guns' kill people or do people kill people?" I never start an album the same way but one constant is I try to forget about everything I made before and do something different. Because I'm a fan too and I like hearing new things. I'd say we accomplished that with Guns. My goal with this and all albums is to create pieces people can enjoy, start to finish, for decades to come."