Ryeale Britt - Hard Drive

Posted 2 years ago
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The amount of new music that is saved to the average music consumer's personal computer or laptop is staggering. Hoping that you'd like to download at least one more free project to your Hard Drive is DJBooth newcomer Ryeale Britt, who has released his debut.

In addition to handling microphone duties, which Britt carries out masterfully on records like "Madara Uchiha" and "Dark Room," the Atlanta native also engineered the full body of work. According to Britt, inspiration for the 10-track project came from "smoking, watching anime, playing anime games, and walking down Memory Lane." The end result of these ruminations finds the young artist highlighting myriad thoughts on himself, the women in his life and the people that he is surrounded by on a daily basis.

There are no guest rap features on Hard Drive, which features original boardwork from the likes of Dpat, Evil Needle, High Class Filth, Jesse Futerman, Love And Balance, Oliver and Plue Starfox.

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