NOC Menace To Release Highly Anticipated Single ‘Country Boy Living’

Nocatee, Florida’s own Kenny Chambers, Is making his presence known as NOC Menace. This Florida native brings a different meaning to “country”. His music captures and combines the love of his hometown with his mischievous childhood. 

Being from Nocatee and I was always getting into things as a child, like Dennis the Menace. He shortened that to become NOC Menace.

Inspired by his family, specifically his father and his eldest sister, NOC Menace began making music at the age of 12, under the name Yung Flawda. 

Though he wasn’t pleased with his music at the time, it’s clear that the artist was developing his sound and artistry. Unforeseen circumstances altered his dreams in the sports world, evoking himself in the healing of music. NOC Menace looks to artists like Rod Wave, whose melodies carry hope and pain for inspiration. 

His smooth sound and infectious flows paint tales of a small-town kid whose “Country Urban” lifestyle has sprung a new genre from the most unlikely crossover of music.

NOC Menace’s debut single “Country Boy Living” can be previewed by clicking the link below:

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