Outasight - Good Evening (Dream Big)

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
D Will
Album:
Radio New York

If you met Outasight on the street, you’d never guess that he was a rapper. Judging from his Myspace page, the New York City artist looks like he’d fit in better at a Men’s Warehouse than at a hip hop venue. But, like your mama always said, you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. As it turns out, not only can Outasight rap, but he can sing too. Sure, he may not be Sinatra (even if he dresses like him), but his voice is good enough to qualify him as a bona fide multi-talent. If multi-talents are your type of thing, check out his new single, Good Evening (Dream Big). Lyrically, he keeps things simple, spitting some optimistic rhymes with vague undertones of class envy. Producer D Will contributes an unobtrusive beat. Good Evening (Dream Big) appears on Outasight’s new album, Radio New York.

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