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He's Back

In an industry driven by showboatism, flashy yet lyrically simplistic lines and over the top productions, Watsky has stood out like the one kid who refused to make a Volcano for his fifth grade science project. Refusing to settle for the blueprint of hip hop main stream success, since his viral video "Pale Kid Raps Fast" he has chosen to stay true to his independent label and continues to produce records with substance and a unique vision only an artist committed to quality over sales could produce. After an extremely successful album "Cardboard Castles," his first record release since his newfound fanbase, Watsky returns with a highly anticipated by his dedicated target market entitled "All You Can Do." The album brings a much different introduction single, as the first album was presented with the song "Strong as an Oak," a relateable tale of a struggling artists fiscal woes accompanied by a reggae based ensemble and a relaxed chorus emphasizing mind over monetary glory. This most recent project takes a much different direction to begin, with the single "Whoa Whoa Whoa," which features two verses of lyrical fury, showing an artist that is finally coming to grips with his syllabic capabilities and renowed appreciation for his written capabilities, finally giving in to the temptation to flex his lyrical muscles versus the other mainstream artists in the game. After an album filled with uplifting messages, Watsky appears to be adding some edge to his most recent work, and showcases the chip on his shoulder that has gradually build as he goes toe to toe with artists signed to major record labels and endorsements. With more featured artists on the upcoming project, "All You Can Do" shows an artist that has no signs of slowing down, losing creative impact, or lacking an ability to give you something you've never seen before. If you're on the fence about pre-ordering the album, what you really should be considering is whether it's worth spending the extra money to get an authentic Watsky smiley face authgraphed version. Because anything short of buying the pre-sale would be a waste of the few days that some people can enjoy the project before you

Great! Except one issue...

In this song (Mastered for iTunes) , the instrumentals are a bit too high and his voice is a bit too quiet. But in the Youtube version, the they lowered the instrumentals, and made his voice louder.

can't wait

two months can't come sooner...


Born: San Francisco , CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Like so many rappers before him, Watsky owes a bit of thanks to Def Jam founder Russell Simmons, but unlike the others, this slam-poet-turned-rapper was introduced to the world via the HBO television series Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry. Born George Virden Watsky in San Francisco, the teen won numerous poetry slams in the Bay Area. A move to Boston for college coincided with national poetry slam tours; in 2007, he teamed with Daniel Riera and Max Miller-Loran -- both former San Franciscans...
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