September 10th, 2021, exactly 97 days after the release of his latest album "RESPECT," CLARK steps back into dominating the stage with his first performance at 910 Day, presented by the Creative Space Station, where the local culture of Fayetteville music and creativity brought good energy and awareness to the Raleigh, or 919, area.
CLARK hit the 910 Day stage performing some of his top songs, including "WORK," "APPLYING PRESSURE," and "FACTS." CLARK's energy and stage presence allowed for audience engagement and many cheers as well as applause.
Though it has been close to a year, CLARK is back, and he is better. CLARK uses his music to connect with generations to bring unity and awareness to his story and how it can relate to the next person. Taking inspiration for greats like Kendrick Lamar, Saba, Drake, and J. Cole, CLARK avidly describes the hardships of being a hard-working Black man in a not fair or equal world.
CLARK's last public performance was roughly one year ago, at the FLEX Pull Up showcase, presented by his label, FLEX Records. This event was amid the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic when many event venues were no longer allowing events or social gatherings. Though times have changed, CLARK's recent performance put him in a place where the world seemed "normal" again
CLARK is no stranger to the Fayetteville music scene. Stepping into the booth became something like muscle memory to CLARK around the early age of 15. Fast forward almost 13 years later, and he delivers yet again another well-versed album. "RESPECT" is a 14 track album showcasing CLARK's lyricism and progression in the indie music game while highlighting various up-and-coming artists from Fayetteville, Charlotte, and other surrounding cities.
CLARK prepares to take over many stages in the future. 910 Day was just the first of many. So, where can you find CLARK next? Keep up with him via Instagram here. Be sure to tune in and listen to "RESPECT," streaming on all platforms!