Meet Marc E. Bassy: The Bay Singer Embracing Cali's Expansive Hip-Hop Scene
Marc E. Bassy radiates Cali. Rocking an overgrown but expertly quiffed hairdo and a tie-dye Eagles shirt, he clearly descends from a tribe of “Groovy People,” which is the title of his new EP. He’d probably thrive in the San Francisco hippie heyday that brought his parents together. His far-reaching brand of Cali-centric R&B is informed by the funk, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll his parents raised him on, though Bassy’s favorite music has always been rap.
Behind The Beat: Bobby Brackins
"I definitely contribute to pop culture every year, whether people know it or not."
Stream Bobby Brackins' "To Live For" EP Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, Mila J & More
Bobby Brackins has proved himself as a talented songwriter through his work on hits such as Tinashe's "2 On" and Chris Brown's "Loyal," and he's been consistently dropping catchy singles of his own over the duration of his career. Today, he's put out his first retail project, To Live For, which collects some of his bigger singles, "Hot Box," "My Jam," and "Faithful," as well as some brand new material.
Stream Marc E. Bassy's "East Hollywood" EP
Bay Area singer Marc E. Bassy shared his intoxicating "Dirt On You" single earlier in the week, and now he's come through with his debut EP, East Hollywood, which dropped on December 18th. The project is now available to stream on Spotify, so we thought we'd direct you toward it.