BHB cooks up a swooning beat driven by a muffled sample and some chiming bells. The instrumental’s youthful vibe fits Evans perfectly. As the beat meanders behind him, Evans reflects on his struggle to balance the demands of adulthood with the temptations of partying, ladies and booze.
2nd single off "So Cal Soul" (dropping April 28th).
"The flow mad un-common, but compare me to Lonnie/common scents in the air, but they still smell I'm a problem" - Connor Evans "Winterlude"
"So Cal Soul", releasing April 28th, 2014 for free download, is the follow-up to Evans last album "The Road to Coachella."
"So Cal Soul" features the previously released lead single "Kanye Glasses" and sees Connor Evans delivering a rawer, more soulful Hip-Hop sound. Releasing March 7th, in a unique A-side/B-side release, will be the album's next single "Keys" with the B-side "Winterlude" (heard in the video album teaser).
It's 2024. What will you be doing? Where are you working? Do you have kids? Where are you living? These are all questions people ask themselves looking into the future...so how about another question: Where will the music industry be in 10 years? It's a loaded question given the rapidly evolving environment. Here are 10 Ways The Music Industry Will Change In 10 Years.
With news yesterday that the 'Entourage' movie now has a release date (no one talk to me on June 12th, 2015), brokencool thought it would be fun to look back at the music of 'Entourage.' The show was a launching pad for new Hip-Hop music but also a tool to bring back memories of some of that classic Hip-Hop (only now in the context of Turtle driving a limo or Ari yelling at someone). Here are 32 old school Hip-Hop artists that have appeared (musically) on 'Entourage.'