A mix between Below the Heavens-era Blu with a bit of Murs and J. Cole thrown in after they spoke with Lupe. That’s what I’m getting from It’s Never Fair, But It’s Worth It, the latest eight-track EP from BlaccOut Garrison. The Minnesota native utilizes some jazzy instrumentals and emotive flows to showcase his story and the stories of those around him. Speaking on issues between becoming a father and wanting to rise above, BlaccOut delivers an EP that’s equal parts reflective and celebratory of where he’s come and where he’s going. Stream the project below and be sure to let BlaccOut know what you’re thinking of it.