EP: Silentó – SilentóMOB: The Doctor’s Exclusive
The start of 2015 would change the life Silentó, who at the time was only a youngster. In January of that year, he discharged his introduction single “Watch Me (Whip/Nae)” on YouTube, a melody that would proceed to turn into a worldwide hit rousing a move rage that spread over across the nation. The video at present gloats more than one billion perspectives, however Silentó’s profession doesn’t finish there. Presently 21-years of age, the youthful craftsman has come back with his most recent exertion, a five-track EP titled SilentóMOB: The Doctor’s Exclusive.
Beforehand, Silentó was pushed into the spotlight, turning into a hotshot in view of one hit. Presently, he’s a young fellow who is understanding his imaginativeness while growing inventively. The lead single from SilentóMOB: The Doctor’s Exclusive is a melody titled “Cards,” an individual track where the Georgia craftsman both sings and raps about being known the world over, yet at the same time having to “play your cards appropriate” so as to make a big deal about yourself. However, two champion tracks on the EP are “At the present time” and “Channels” highlighting BigSticcy, so make a point to give those a decent tune in.
“When you perform in front people in various nations everywhere throughout the world, you think you have everything and accept you’re a standout amongst the best in the business,” Silentó said. “Notwithstanding, I was youthful, guileless, and didn’t be able to make the music that I needed the world to hear. I was exposed to one tune. Since I’ve seen what an effect one tune can make, I’m ready to utilize the fuel and ideation to make sounds that can resound to everyone. I need my music to not exclusively to speak to what I experienced, yet motivate others through the music and in particular have everybody have the option to identify with it.”
1. Cards (produced by Murphy Kid)
2. Made It Out ft. SM Rek (produced by Joe Mclaren)
3. Right Now (produced by SkyyBeats)
4. Trenches ft. BigSticcy (produced by Big Nick)
5. Pretty Ting (produced by Murphy Kid)