Bryant Stewart, a lyricist/singer/producer who lives in the now infamous Ferguson, Missouri, blesses us with a KUDDIE FRESH-produced record, “SCRATCHPAD.” Throughout KUDDIE’s jazz-like instrumentals, Stewart speaks on everyday conflicts in his city and not being a product of his harsh environment.
Last year (2014), Stewart dropped eightshadesofgrAy : The Preface EP, which precedes the LP eightshadesofgrAy (8SOG) –coming soon. Rising artist Bryant wants his message to be heard through his music.
“He speaks with the voice of a young man who understands the wrongs and injustices surrounding him and is not afraid to speak his mind, but also understands the plight of those just trying to build a life and be an individual while doing so.”
The rising artist stands at the podium with all eyes on him and his city, ready to offer his view on the world he lives, and what it could be.
Stream “SCRATCHPAD” below:
Check out Bryant’s latest video “11:11pm” below. Its a part of a new series entitled “Short Shots”, providing very vivid and cinematic visuals bringing his lyrics to life.
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