Today we have the honor of premiering “Prodigy” by Myles Reed. The artist is new to our radar, but we’re loving his dynamic sound. I can already tell he has a lot of potential. His cadence and lyrics reflect his life and evolving sound. The synths and grooves keep the listener on their toes as Reed’s bars grace the instrumental. Here’s what he had to say about the record:
This track is really about me disregarding all the doubt and hate I got from everybody with trying to carve out my space in the music scene. I had to stop caring about what people were going to think because I knew that was holding me back. I recorded this in San Jose after I got back from Mexico City with Johnny Hitz (studio owner, track mix & master engineer), who’s known to record a lot of the big Bay Area rappers.