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People Come And Go: Southern California’s Audrey Scout drops break-up fueled debut single ‘That’s Embarrassing’

Taking theme inspirations from the 70’s after a recent breakup that shocked her system, Audrey Scout realized her true self-worth on a reflective single which has you admiring her promising debut named ‘That’s Embarrassing‘.

Audrey Scout is a nineteen-years-young multi-skilled indie country/pop/folk singer-songwriter from Santa Clarita in Southern California. This high achiever is a high school’s talent show winner, current college student and pianist who sings with an old soul mentality, who has a pure vocal ability from the top drawer.

Along with the petty lyrics, it is perfect for singing at the top of your lungs and jamming out to with your friends down the freeway.” ~ Audrey Scout

People will come and into your life suddenly and attempt to fleece you of your treasured innocence so they can greedily add it to their fake chain of misdeeds – when actually all they are doing is building up that karma – which will strike them where it hurts when the time is right. This is the message of moving past all the past doubts and believing in your path, as you learn how to be wiser but to never lose what makes you special.

With sweetly textured vocals that feels honey-dipped and made with that rare love – you feel warm inside your thoughtful body and almost relieved that she has made this track – to set herself free and break away from the plastic waste that could of held onto her forever.

That’s Embarrassing‘ from the sparkling Southern California-based indie-country/pop/folk singer-songwriter, painter and keen hiker Audrey Scout, is the story of taking some time out to ponder what happened after a rough breakup. You have processed things and realized that you weren’t at fault and will learn from being played by a selfish person, who will have to answer for their mistake, not you.

Sung with a real sense of a purpose from a wildly talented artist with a real future, this is an underground gem we need to show love to right now.

Hear this highly promising single on Spotify and see more new about this wonderful talent on her IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

We Are Not The Same: K.I.R.B. tires of the fake competition who have limited skills on ‘Back Down’ (Prod. YUNGBRATZ)

With his fast-paced delivery that slams all doubters to the dusty curb, K.I.R.B. rips through the top floor and tells us exactly how he feels about those who do it wrong and need to retire on ‘Back Down (Prod. YUNGBRATZ).

K.I.R.B. is a young and emerging San Diego, California rapper who is nineteen years old. He solidifies each bar with an unmistakable edge that cuts through all doubts – as he shows his highly flying skills with real music – which shows us his determination, to not let any circumstance define him.

Growing up in a low-income neighborhood of Imperial County, Michael Kirby spent most of his time surviving. Surrounded by crime, drugs and violence, he turned inward to find his salvation. He started writing poetry while in middle school and started making music in high school. Now 19, he loves performing because it allows him to express himself. “My parents did a great job protecting me from that environment by keeping me inside the house during my childhood,” Kirby said. “But without music, I probably would be lost.” – K.I.R.B.

His raw raps are consistently rugged and with boundless energy, your heart is moved into your mouth as you marvel at his terrific style, that swarms over the beat like a hungry musician who knows where he is going. This is the mark of a future great – who feels like he is in tune to what he needs to produce – as his name is on the lips of all rap fans, who follow the underdogs making their claim for the throne.

Back Down(Prod. YUNGBRATZ) from the rising underground California rapper K.I.R.B., is a focused effort that shows his intent and he drops down like Batman, with a fiery effort which is of the highest quality. He is ready to take over and asks that the minor rappers leave their mics at home, as he is going to expose anyone who displays weak skills. He is not the same as the rest.

Stream this new single via Soundcloud and check out his IG for more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen