Chicago’s V.O.E. seems to be joining in on the early Christmas Gift Giveaway with the release of his latest single “Ride”.
The 23-year-old artist has been silently taking 2017 by storm — and from the looks of it, he doesn’t plan to slow down any time soon. During a recent sit-down with V.O.E., he explained his reasoning behind the making of “Ride”:
I’m going at they necks from here on out basically. This song is for people who out here grinding trying to get after they goals. It don’t matter if you grinding in the classroom, field/court or in the streets. Sometimes the road to success might throw you off but you still gotta keep driving forward. Ride assures you that everything is going to be cool, you just need to keep moving forward.
Ride to my shit y'all https://t.co/3afPDL2YIs
— V.O.E The Founder (@Voethoo) December 16, 2017
Aside from “Ride” being on the rise in the game, it has gained attention from athletes such as Jaleel Johnson of the Minnesota Vikings. We’re sure the locker room would definitely vibe to this after a game or two.
Bro snapped. https://t.co/MDxJl8sO8I
— Jaleel Johnson (@leellxvii) December 18, 2017
V.O.E. will be performing at iLLANOiZE’s iLLTALK event live in Chicago as well as Structure 147 (opening for NBA YoungBoy). If you’d like to see him at iLLTALK this Thursday or perform yourself, additional info can be found here.
Be on the lookout for the visual January 2018. Check out “Ride” below and let us know what you think!