It’s been just about three months since we’ve last heard from MN native, BlaccOut Garrison. Hard at work on his sophomore project, “Young Dreamer”, BlaccOut decided to release a single for his fans and family in the DreamersCommnity entitled, “Your Favorite”.
The track contains an upbeat and soulful vibe while Garrison reminices on what he has endured as well as some of his past times and during his musical career. Everything Garrison touches is seemingly graced by love and soul as he tries to make his name known to others.
Influenced by his love of Japanese manga and anime, rising Toronto artist Rashid St. James releases ‘Yung Tetsuo (Berry Gordy)’, inspired by the Katsuhiro Otomo movie ‘Akira’. In the song, which will appear on his debut project slated for a 2015 release, Rashid depicts a telling a tale of chaotic city nights that is owned by the youth.
He and fellow OOC (Out. Of. Control) producer 4:44 (formerly known as Dmndbk) collaborate once again to create this ode to the dark Toronto nights that Rashid has given his poetic focus to.
Aiming to showcase their championship pedigree, Tyrique Shahmir and Brown release 98’ Vols. Throughout 98’ Vols a track inspired by Tee Martin and the championship winning Volunteers these two unsigned buzzmakers continue to show why they are two of the Volunteer states fastest rising stars.
Seemingly getting better with each verse, Tyrique Shahmir takes a break from the laid back introspective flow we’ve become accustomed to from him and blazes this track with a fiery, much more aggressive flow than we’ve heard on his previous hits “Perfection” and “Trill Shit Only”.
Not to be outdone Brown takes a more relaxed approach even wittingly singing a bit of the Temptations hit My Girl before treating us to one of his patented feel good verses. It’s safe to say you are listening to two of Tennessee’s brightest talents.
I suggest you click play and listen as these two Tennessee Titans show why you should pay close attention to their movements heading into the new year.
Astonish has been releasing music to build up the suspense for his upcoming project “The Who Tape.” Mission Accomplished! “I Wonder” is just another reason why Astonish should be an artist you listen to daily.
Navarro lays a hot 16 to compliment Astonish also. Slot A was behind the production of this track.