With music easily made and readily shared by new artists every day, there are hundreds of high quality songs that fly under the radar. Every week, BEWARE Bowdon scours the web to weed out the dimes from the duds and share the wealth via BEWARE’s Block, a collection of eight buzzing tracks from artists currently breaking ground in their respective genres.
Soup feat. Ferrari Banx – “Date of Birth” (Prod. by Yorel)
Birthday celebration coming up? Soup has your theme song with “Date of Birth,” a lighthearted jam that will leave every listener bouncing along in unison. Complete with swirling pads, easygoing drums and a bean bag bass line, Soup’s latest offering is a flat out fun record that requires no invite and is fly enough for any gender on their big day.
Brian Ennals – “Badu Vision”
Brian Ennals is one of Baltimore’s best kept secrets and has been for a few years now. Although he doesn’t release tunes too often, Ennals has earned attention with his vivid raps and passionate delivery, always offering personal raps with a punch. Ennals’ latest record is “Badu Vision,” a spacey taste of soul that speaks on sticking to your guns amidst turmoil and seeing your desires into reality. I’m pretty sure Miss Badu would appreciate this one.
Clairmont The Second – “No Favors” Video
Clairmont The Second isn’t the first rapper to stand solo in an empty room and call it a music video. However, the Toronto rapper/producer sure knows how to spice up a normal setting. Bright with confidence, Clairmont styles with ease over house-inspired leads and waves of brooding bass, showing he’s more than capable of entertaining the masses with his colorful schtick.