MR.C is a young singer and musician from Salt Lake City-born in Sacramento, California, who is simply trying to make it and remain alive. His recent album, “Over It,” was a hit.
“Over it” hits hard and refuses to back down throughout its brief but powerful lifespan, driving with a big feeling of grit and intellectual purity.
“Over it” presents the vocal tone and performance style of MR.C in a memorable fashion, with a simple style and production that follows the easy contrast of a bass-strong beat and opposing wash of lighter synths.
Dreamy production brings this current hip-hop single to life with a precise level of emotion and delicacy to contrast the vocal’s rhythm and velocity.
Both the inspiration for the tracks and the approach to lyrics are creative. The bass is constantly vital, the riffs elsewhere provide a contrasting delicacy or late-night vibe, and the voice offers an always-worthy connection for the artist’s personality.
“Over it” offers an exciting approach to cinematic sound design and mood setting. The modern voice style allows it to blend in with the current atmosphere.
“Over it” keeps the environment fascinating, the rhythm aggressive, and the voices captivating and ready to engage – especially during a live performance – by fusing excellent production with diverse flows throughout a continually growing vocal outpouring.
“Over it,” which clocks in at little over two-and-a-half minutes, requires no introduction and employs only the minimal necessities.
“Over it” is a unique, entertaining track with roots in hip-hop classics and intentions that are closely related to the artist behind it.
“Over it” enters the scene in a bright and bold style, introducing a number of various flows that progress from quiet and uncomplicated periods to the hook’s outright unity and rhythmic intensity.
MR.C keeps things authentic while also riding the wave of this recognized and very contemporary sound — a blend that works well in today’s hip-hop world. Turn up the bass and have fun.