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Video: Sol – People

Video: Sol – People

Sol’s two-track EP is doing so well. Both songs have racked up over 30,000 plays since they dropped a couple weeks ago. Despite being free, it’s also on iTunes for those who choose to support. No word on if both songs are getting the video treatment, but Sol links up with director Noah Porter to bring his vision for “People” alive. If you watch all of Sol’s videos on a continuous loop to figure out which one is his best, you’ll reach the end with “People” in mind. Sometimes, it’s hard to bring your idea on a song with such… continue reading

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Sol – People + Pages

Sol – People + Pages

The word that describes Sol best is passion. That is the reason why he hasn’t given us any new songs since 2013’s Eyes Open EP. Passion oozes out of him that makes his music take longer to create. Also, he’s not shy in admitting to his fans that he experienced a creative block. The benefit for this is that Sol, still heavily in-demand from his fans, will put out two new songs that have a lengthier shelf life than artists who flood the internet’s highways. It seems highly likely to get an album this year too. Consider “People/Pages” a two-track… continue reading

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Dave B Ft. Sol – Boathouse (Prod. By Jake One)

Dave B Ft. Sol – Boathouse (Prod. By Jake One)

Is it love? Many names come to mind when asked about the Seattle scene, but to save some time Dave B, Sol and Jake One decided to join forces for “Boathouse.” This incredibly smooth track has the makings of a great single. The hook (“tryna get my paper and my shit on lock”) is infectious enough to get stuck in your head at random times throughout the day. Dave delivers two memorable verses, while Sol does the damn thing in keeping up. No weak links in this. Expect Dave’s Doughnuts EP to arrive in the coming months. Summer time theme… continue reading

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SD Freshmen ’14: Sol

SD Freshmen ’14: Sol

Fans of Sol know his story in the last year. To catch the rest of the world up: he was given the opportunity to travel around the world for a year. A once in a lifetime chance that made him even more popular. His already loyal fanbase eagerly awaited tweets and Instagram photos from his journey. When he finally came back, Sol documented this experience through his Eyes Open EP. Each song was written on a different continent, in a different environment, but still came together as a solid effort. After September 10, the release date, he went on tour… continue reading

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Video: Sol – Turn Me Loud

“I want to see your face when I change the game,” Sol says within the first 30 seconds of “Turn Me Loud.” This line isn’t just another boast from a rapper, though. It holds meaning. Starting in Seattle, that change is coming. His upcoming show at Showbox Market (1,200 capacity) sold out over the weekend, a feat not many local rappers have accomplished. Visually, this dark set works well and adds to the creativity. Directed by Ryan Hills. Pick up his Eyes Open EP now. Previously: Sol Details The Creation of His Eyes Open EP in This Documentary Follow @SermonsDomain

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Sol Details The Creation of His Eyes Open EP in This Documentary

More artists should be doing these kind of documentaries that give us a peek into their album, mixtape or EP. For Sol, he chose the latter as his return after a year of traveling the globe and detailed his journey with Eyes Open. In this five minute short documentary, we get to see Sol’s vision in writing, recording, choosing the people he worked with, performing and more. Previously: EP: Sol – Eyes Open Follow @SermonsDomain

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