Christopher hugh Hamilton, better known as ENERGYNEVERDIESS is one of the most versatile and talented artist to come out of Metro Atlanta. Born November 29, at 3:13am and originally from Brooklyn, New York, the artist spread his wings in Atlanta and took the scene by storm. Most listeners hear one or two songs by ENERGYNEVERDIESS and attempt to place him into a category or a box, but it would be foolish to categorize such talent as just rapping or singing. ENERGYNEVERDIESS openly dabbles in hip-hop, r&b, and alternative genres of music. ENERGYNEVERDIESS has earned his comparisons to several alternative artist such as Linkin Park and Kurt Cobain, and in hip-hop he receives comparisons to the late XXXtentacion and Juice world. Several sources say ENERGYNEVERDIESS alternative nature is best seen in his video to "Cokkiyee" and his EP "6FeettilHell". Although ENERGYNEVERDIESS seems to have come out of nowhere with various stand-out styles of music, but none of this was accomplished over night. ENERGYNEVERDIESS has worked with talent from YSL, Rich Gang, and Roc Nation, and through these connections he was able to study the industry from behind the scenes, and now what we are witnessing is ENERGYNEVERDIESS' ability to apply what he's learned to his own career. ENERGYNEVERDIESS aside from being a dope artist that has built a buzz that can be heard and felt across the country, he also received criticism from various listeners. He is criticized not for his alternative music but instead for his alternative lifestyle and love for all.
This man above is a British musical artist who goes by Akira The Don. In a very short time he has produced hundreds of songs and even spawned a new musical genre fans have dubbed "Meaningwave".
One of the biggest disappointments this year for any music lover will be the rescheduled or canceled concerts due to COVID-19. Luckily, quarantine has been a great time for new music. These new alternative releases won't bring back the thrill of making it to the front row at your favorite standing room only venue or singing your heart out with hundreds or thousands of other fans, but they do bring something new to this otherwise boring time we're all living in.
Ed Cusati’s introduction to music began with his mother. A singer who studied at Westminster Choir College, she started Ed with piano lessons and her large Rock n Roll record collection moved him onto the worship of Joe Satriani. Taking on the guitar, Cusati formed a band in middle school that was, “ahead of its time,” according to the Katonah, NY resident, and was pretty easily explained. “Well, I was in the band,” he joked. But the lighthearted look back is no way emblematic of how seriously he approaches his art, and putting himself out there as a performer, goes well beyond the words.
At a time when I reeked of sadness and desperation, so ambitious yet full of doubt, I came upon The Punk Singer soundtrack through a long list of “similar artists” on some music app. A quick look at the list of songs and I hit play on Rebel Girl.
When I listen to music, it's usually as a means to escape. I yearn to be transported to a different reality than the one I currently reside in. Most of the time that means listening to upbeat pop music, if it's in another language then it's bonus points because I can only focus on the melody. But as I'm writing this, I realize that for the first time I have a song that has rooted me in the center of my reality. CG5 is a YouTuber and the creator behind the popular song Absolutely Anything and the genius behind the song Sepiatoned that keeps me trapped.
For Steven, everything was a search for music. For new bands, new artists that were doing something new. Mainstream music was rarely innovative for him.