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Ca$o Gearing Up for EP Release With New Video and Single ‘Bygones’

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Independent artist Ca$o is just getting started and is ready to show the world what he’s got. The hip-hop talent from Weymouth, Massachusetts recently released his new song “Bygones” along with a creative video to match. The song is available to stream on all platforms now, while the video is available to watch on YouTube.

In the new song “Bygones,” Ca$o puts his talents on full display. He connects his talents and songwriting ability with his passion for creating music, and it definitely shines through. “Bygones” is the first single released ahead of his upcoming EP called Colours, which drops August 3rd. The independent artist didn’t want to keep fans waiting any longer, so he gave them “Bygones” as just a small taste of what to expect from the project.

“Bygones” is a follow-up to his hit project Sky Captain, where Ca$o also had used the opportunity to connect with his fans and truly show them what he is capable of. On the new single, Ca$o takes his own unique sound by the reigns and transforms it into something versatile and unique. He seems to be aware that he stands out from the rest, but remains humble in his talents.

The “Shot By Tanj” creative visual keeps audiences engaged through and through. Keep reading to watch the music video, and to learn more about Ca$o as an artist and his inspiration behind making music.

What city are you from/ Where are you based now?

Weymouth, Massachusetts and am currently based out of Quincy, Massachusetts.

How did you get your artist name, Ca$o?

Ca$o just mad sense. I’m an extremely creative person. I don’t just rap, so I needed something that would give me the opportunity to explore creatively. Ca$o just happened naturally.

When did you know that you wanted to pursue a music career?

I wrote my first rap in second grade, kinda just kept it going. My dad came here from Belo Horizonte, Brazil to pursue music when he was 18. He’s still in a band currently, but he’s told me countless stories about me when I was 3-4 begging to go to the studio with him and I would end up helping write songs for his band. I’ve always loved music, never really had any other option.

Has your upbringing played a role in shaping who you are and defining your sound today? If so, how?

100%. Like I mentioned before about my dad being a musician. I’ve always been obsessed with music. I have so many influences because I listen to everything. Brazilian music, rock, blues, funk, I just listen to everything. And being able to appreciate it all really has molded me as an artist.

How would you describe your sound to readers who may not be familiar with you?

Authentic. It’s me through and through. I don’t really sound like anyone but myself. I have so many different styles, I mix so many different elements. It’s just me.

What ultimately inspired you to dedicate yourself to a music career?

My love for it. I don’t go a single day without making music and I haven’t stopped since I started. It’s a part of me, I know for 100 percent this is why I was put here [on Earth] so I’m going to make sure I make it happen. I’d also say my father being the creative he is and my mother. Since the day I was born, my mom hasn’t worked less than two jobs, sometimes up to three or four at a time. I want to make sure she gets to relax and live a good life — same for all my brothers.

What’s one reason you are passionate about music and what inspires you?

The effect it has on people. When your’e up, or when you’re down there is going to be a song that’s for you in that exact moment. It’s amazing. It literally saves peoples lives. It definitely saved mine.

Who are some of your main musical influences?

My dad because of how creative he is. My brother Justin Clancy, I’ve learned a lot from him. His sound is so unique it’s a breath of fresh air. Gotta be cliche and say Drake, especially during the winter time on the East Coast. Myself too, always trying to do better with each record. I could name people all day but you get the idea.

What are some of your music career goals for the future?

Plaques and Grammys. Coming for everything, longevity at its finest.

Tell us about the project that you are promoting. What is it about? Is it a single or EP? Also, what is the name of the last project you released?

This new project is an EP, it’s called Colours and will be out August 3rd. I have a condition called synesthesia, which is basically when certain sounds, tones, and numbers trigger sensory nerves in my brain and create colorful patterns. A ton of artists actually have it, I thought I was the only one til a few years back I actually found out it had a name. Anyway, each beat on the project represents a color in my logo. One of the songs “Bygones” was just released with the most amazing video I’ve shot to date with @ShotByTanj as a single leading up to the project.

I engineered the whole thing at my apartment, super proud of it. It drops August 3rd. My last EP was called Sky Captain. Some of the best records I’ve ever made are on that project. Extremely solid work.

What has the response been like to that project?

Amazing. Definitely everyone’s favorite work to date! Streams were through the roof.

What are some projects you’ve done in the past that you are most proud of and why?

Definitely my most recent two EPs. Sky Captain was amazing and Colours is a turning point in my current career. They just feel so genuine, unique, and authentic.

What message do you hope fans take away from your music?

Always be you. Be unique. Life is so short and we’re so wrapped up in other people’s lives and what’s popular. Leave a mark on the world. The chance of you being born as you, in the body you’re in, with your conscious and in the place you’re from is so slim that it just proves you’re here for a reason.

Watch “Bygones” below and follow Ca$o @markypicasso on social media.

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Independent artist Taye Suavé just dropped a new track called “Heaven in Bed.” It’s the latest effort from the Memphis native and he’s coming in hot with the new music. The song has an R&B vibe to it, which marks a different sound for Taye Suavé that audiences haven’t heard before. It’s available on all DSPs to stream and listen to. The song serves as a great introduction to Suavé’s sound, and marks the beginning of his journey into a new lane of music.
 
Prior to this release, the independent talent has released a mixtape called “FARCRY,” which is a project that introduces audiences to his rap sound. Now, transitioning into a new lane, Taye Suavé is showing people that he’s capable of versatility.
 
When asked about plans he has for the future for his music, the artist revealed that “Heaven In Bed” will be the lead single to his upcoming album. He’s also working on more singles this year, including getting ready to release one of his favorite tracks from the project.
“My next single is to look out for is called ‘Free Game,'” he said. “Manté Carlo is the producer of ‘Free Game’ and we will have more projects in the future as well. ‘Free Game’ is by far my favorite song on the album.”
 
Keep reading to learn more about Taye Suavé and his plans for the future. In the meantime, stream, “Heaven in Bed,” down below.
What ultimately inspired you to dedicate yourself to a music career?
The money made me become dedicated to my music career. The money I can make out of the music industry when I play my cards right are abundant amounts. I look at my own music career as quick money if my hustle is on point. I didn’t want to focus on selling drugs when I could make way more without jeopardizing my freedom. Of course you would have to understand how the industry works in order to accumulate the numbers you want to see.
 
Do you have any hobbies outside of music? What do you do to stay creative?
I actually have many hobbies outside of music. I can write poems, draw, and act. I used to watch Martin Lawrence’s show on channel 24 and told myself I can do that too. I took theater arts my senior year in high school and learned the basics. After I graduated high school, I started acting and doing plays for my church at Growth Central.
What are some of your music career goals for the future?
I don’t want to ruin the surprises for specific goals without reaching certain milestones. One goal of mine is to sell 1 million hard copy records in today’s streaming society. Another goal of mine is to collaborate with a couple of legends in the game.
 
Tell us about the project that you are promoting. What is it about? Is it a single or EP? Also, what is the name of the last project you released?
The project I have recently released is my first single for my first upcoming album. My first single from my album is called “Heaven In Bed.” Some would like to say sex sells but I know Jesus and sex is a gift from the heavens which shouldn’t be abused or misrepresented. The “Heaven In Bed” song in general is about being intimate with the same person whose sex drive is unforgettable and still amazing.
 
What has the response been like to that project?
Most of those who know me only know me as a rapper. When I released the song I can say the song is living to its expectation.
 
What are some projects you’ve done in the past that you are most proud of and why?
I would have to say my very first official mixtape called “FARCRY” basically started my streaming era is a must you listen. The “FARCRY” project shows off my versatility. I am also grateful to have had a chance to be featured on two projects produced by Tay Keith before his rise of stardom. Shout out to LongMoney Dre and Vtk Basco for giving me the opportunity on those projects. Tay Keith is already a diamond producer and he’s still young. Hopefully in the future we could make something happen.
 
What’s next for you? Are you working on any upcoming projects we should be on the lookout for? Include some dates if you have them.
My next single is to look out for is called “Free Game.” Manté Carlo is the producer of Free Game and we will have more projects in the future as well. “Free Game” is by far my favorite song on the album.
 
The next singles to be on the look out for is “FYI” produced by Hotboy Scotty and “Addicted To Music” produced by Track Gordy. I have recently been in touch with a producer from Russia who goes by “Awbage” we have a project called “Dollars on Dollars” which will also be featured on the album.
 
What message do you hope fans take away from your music?
I wouldn’t want my fans to take away any message from my music. I would want them to keep the messages and have conversations over the lyrics I write.

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Tmcxj’s “Music for the vibers” is a song you need to add to your rotation

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Tmcxj makes his return with new track, “Music for the vibers.” The independent artist lays down his rap verses on the harmonious track, staying true to his signature style of combining a hip-hop cadence with an R&B melody. The song can truly be described as a vibe, and the slower melody compliments Tmcxj’s voice in a way that is familiar to audiences.

Tmcxj is just getting started with his music career. In fact, just last year he released his debut EP VYBZ, which introduced his sound to the world and showed audiences that he’s able to create his own lane within the R&B/trap realm. The project itself is a standout and a great introduction to who he is as an artist. 

The rising talent has more plans for his music in 2021, but until then keep streaming “Music for the vibers,” below!

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