Brent Faiyaz is a contemporary R&B singer, songwriter, and producer whose sly vocals, frequently applied to atmospheric slow jam productions, resemble a distinctive cross between Slim (of 112) and the Weeknd. The Maryland native has been active since the mid-2010s, starting with an array of digital singles and a four-track EP entitled A.M. Paradox. As one-third of the group Sonder, he issued the seven-track Into in early 2017. Later that year, around the time his name first appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 — as a featured artist on “Crew,” off GoldLink’s At What Cost and the Insecure, Season 2 soundtrack — Faiyaz released Sonder Son, an album recorded during a monthlong stay in the Dominican Republic. A year later he delivered his third EP, Lost. Out of the many genres that we have discussed in class, Brent Faiyaz is most closely related to R&B. His sound and lyrics have a distinctive Blues quality to it , that is known for in more traditional R&B. However, the “rhythm” is different. Most of his music doesn’t have the typical measures of four beats that is associated with R&B music. He originally started off rapping.He learned that early on that there were too man y rappers and he needed to be different if he wanted to be recognized. He was influenced by artist like Lauryn Hill started singing and rapping. Over time he began to focus more on his singing, though he hasn’t completely let go of his raps. His musical versatility makes him stand out amongst other artist.
7.5 oz. Heavy Weight
- Oversized/Relaxed with slight drop shoulder streetwear fit
- 100% USA cotton
- Shoulder-to-shoulder neck tape and double-needle stitched neck
- double-needle stitched sleeve and bottom hems
- Heavy-duty knitting
- Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
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