18 year old Southern California emcee “Aleyes B” aka “Brandon Kelley” has garnered exceptional attention on his newest track on SoundCloud entitled “Roll On’. Commenters have been supporting it heavily – and the reception has been evident – with 100 likes in a day & many shares as well.
The motivational chorus is preceded by a very open and emotionally vulnerable verse. To me, this makes the best hip hop. And it clearly is striking a chord with the audience, probably for that exact same reason. The second verse also is touching.
Smooth instrumental provided to you by “Diamond Minds”. To me it’s reminiscent of the Holes’ soundtrack song “No Diggity” with the beautiful sax
He makes sure to finish the track off with one last “Roll On”, to keep us motivated. It’s clear his attention is to push us past whatever we feel is holding us back. And it’s impossible to play this music & not want to do that. I give him credit for not making an incredibly bald chorus – he put some depth into it.
This young standout is one to stay tuned to. Recently he’s worked with the most buzzing teen in Massachusetts – Token – an affiliate of ProU who has accumulated millions of viral views just this Summer.
Aleyes is multi-talented with his instrumental acoustic work and singing. Definitely a musician I respect and look forward to hearing new work from. His progress and improvement over a year has been quite incredible.
Certainly he has the determination to make it – but what I love is also that he is easy to work with. Something essential in this industry.
Somebody told me they gonna hate you cause you rappin out from New hampshire dawg But when you flow they...