Southern Story teller as the rapper Sir Wine labels himself, has embarked upon a quest to release a project containing audio substance. His EP entitled “Dark Comedy” boast tracks such as “Somebody I Use to know” a flip on Goyte’s summer anthem with production from UK producer Handbook. About a unstable relationship with no resolve between both parties. On tracks such as “48 bars of Power” Sir Wine shows lyrical range with lyrics like “They Say The Rap Gam Dead/ I Bring The VItals Back/Good Music, Good Song Structure/ I’m a survival pack/. The Dark Comedy proves to be more than your stereotypical rap music, but a EP the average joe could relate to. The title of “Dark Comedy” Sir Wine says is his way of voicing his thoughts in a sarcastic manor, without holding any punches except the punchlines he weaves though the disc.