Kevin Cossom - Mind Eraser

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
KParn and Kevin Cossom
Album:
None (Promo Single)

After a hard week, I fully understand the need to “medicate” with your Mind Eraser of choice. This week, however, I would caution against blasting your brain to oblivion, because I wouldn’t want you erasing the memory of hearing this R&B number from Kevin Cossom. With a little help from co-producer KParn, Cossum establishes a blunted, cushiony vibe with heavy synths and handclap-laced percussion. As Cossum explains, he will do anything under the sun to make you forget about your problems, but he doesn’t really need to lift a finger. Simply hearing his smooth, intoxicating vocals draped over the beat will make your troubles float away. Mind Eraser is not part of anything larger, but as always, keep it locked here for more from Kevin.

Kevin Cossom IndieR And B Pop

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