VANCOUVER, BC, March 24th, 2021 — “Till The End,” a new single from up-and-coming hip hop artist Samson Brown, has officially hit streaming platforms. Written by Brown and produced by Saad & Tory Danhousen, the edgy and provocative hip hop track can now be streamed and playlisted via Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and more.
A departure from Samson’s typical R&B style, Till The End showcases Brown’s maturity as an artist into a more aggressive and confrontational hip hop genre. The rising Vancouver-based rapper’s captivating cadence and vocal flair are set to act as a catalyst for what looks like a crazy year for the young artist. Brown blends his boundary-pushing vocals, akin to artists like JPEG MAFIA and DoeBoy, with heavy and intoxicating electronics and a cadence that can be easily traced to his influences from 2Pac and Biggie Smalls.
“This song is very different from most of the other songs that I’ve recorded in the past, it’s more aggressive and really edgy. I wanted to give my listeners a different and new type of vibe that they never heard from me before,” says Brown.
The rising star, who has over 24k followers on Spotify, recorded the track in Toronto and says he was inspired by the mood he was locked into in the city. The narrative is inspired by an innocent one-night-stand that blew out of control. “I hooked up with a girl from the bar and it turned out she had a boyfriend that wasn’t pleased to find out in the morning,” says the artist.
Raised in Edmonton after immigrating from Ghana, Brown started making music at the age of 13 on his Windows ‘98 computer, mixing songs on OG software Mixcraft. Brown says although he cites old school hip hop as his main inspiration, he is also inspired by how much the genre has evolved over the years. ”The whole culture—it’s grown so much, and I’m really happy to be a part of it,” says Brown. “Till The End” is the first of many upcoming hip hop singles that Brown is dropping this spring. Listen to the new track here.
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