Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announce the release of the “Real RnB” Visual by Crisis Fresh. The music video project is currently available to stream on the Coast 2 Coast website.
Minnesota RnB artist Crisis Fresh releases his new video for single “Real RnB.” Shot in Downtown Minneapolis at the Imperial Room, the video is a sleek and sexy visual of what the track describes. Featured on his soon to be released album “Phi Alpha Nu: Da Probate,” Crisis chose to introduce “Real RnB” because of the relatability of its lyrics and club feel that it has. The song is a taste of what is to expect from his album, a glimpse into the unique sound of Crisis. In addition to the album hosting the traditional RnB sound, Crisis presents his coined style called “Hood Harmony, rap lyrics in a harmonized voice over rap beats.”
Celebrity Dj, B-Eazy had an opportunity to check out the track and calls “Real RnB” a “master fusion of old school RnB with a new age sound.” A winner of last year’s SXSW; Coast to Coast Mixtape Competition in Austin, TX. Crisis uses his smooth melodic voice to take us back to when love songs were how we described our feelings. In a recent interview with 89.9 KMOJ he states that he makes music for both men and women, “If a guy doesn’t know what to say, put on my song, I will say it for you.” As a Midwest resident, Crisis has a goal to bring RnB back to Minnesota. With the release of his new song and video he can do just that.
For more information on Crisis please contact (612) 296-3176 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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