Erb Dean Near Sighted


I feel like I have been waiting an eternity for Chicago Rapper Erb Dean to drop a song that I can finally share with you!!! I’ve been privy to his work for years now and am over the moon that he is finally released music to the public.

Let’s get right into the track. It starts with a piano flow and then Erb goes right into with his deep and gritty rap. The rough and real track describes his life and the streets. He adds metaphors and rhetoric throughout the song to catch you. It is beautifully done. The streets are can be a dark place that not everyone is susceptible. We can get a sneak peak into that life and what comes with it. A standout line for me is “I feel like I’m a one-man team.” That’s the realist shit ever because that is the case for so many of us.

Take a listen above and follow him on Instagram and catch his music here:


Vic August Bring Em Out


About The Project

Here’s the PR stuff that I have to provide you guys so you have some background. 

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Preparing to release his new 7-track EP, “xx” on November 8th, Australian teenage sensation Vic August is now set to drop the projects third and final single, “Bring Em Out”.  Following hot on the heels of, “Approach”, and, “Sacrifice”, Vic August kicks the energy up a notch on his latest tune, delivering his slick auto-tuned flows and earworm melodies on top of a slapping Trap leaning beat.  Attitude laced lyrics and ever-changing vocal rhythms help to bring a dynamic feel to the hard-hitting track helping to show off the young artists undeniable versatility.  Having already found some major support from Spotify, with the projects prior singles landing in official playlists like, “New Music Friday AU & NZ”, “The Drip”, “Mellow Styles”, “Shisha Lounge”, and, “All Aussie Hip-Hop”, Vic August has made sure to save some of the best for last.

My Thoughts on the Song

Now let’s get into what I thought about the song. The song is well made and I can tell he is trying to showcase different types of flows. I can definitely hear some Travis Scott vibes with some of the delivery. Overall though Vic August has his own flow and style of rap that he attaches to every song he tackles. This one is no different. You can definitely bob your head to the songs and jam out. Take a listen at the link above and stay tuned to the full project “XX” which dropped this weekend.

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