Groove to the Creative Blends of R-B and Hip Hop with Upcoming Artist Aurthor Ant's Soundscape
January 15, 2021 at 05:33 AM EST
Upcoming artist Aurthor Ant creates a mellifluous ambiance of contemporary R&B and hip hop with his lyrical, rhythmic, and musical magnetism and modulations.
Houston, Jan 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The scopes of creative individuality are being depicted and presented in a new light by upcoming artist Aurthor Ant. He blends the verses of contemporary hip and R&B to pave the way for an exquisite musical experience for the audiences. His concepts and creative understanding are rich in diverse elements. The song, 'Let's Strart Over' from his debut album, Aurthor Ant, Vol. 1 puts together engaging lyrics and rhythms that traverse through a gliding course of captivating arrangements. His utilization of electronic modulations allows him to capture the cultural and creative novelty in a modern way.
Hailing from Houston, Texas, he aims at hitting the film industry with his musical expertise. Associated with the home label Aurthor Ant Music Production, he shows creative conviction and passion in another song, 'Call Me' from the same album. His music is not constricted to specific genres as he dives deep across the crevices of varied expressions and genre definitions. His beautiful renditions and musical dynamics are an extension of his personality that infuses in the courses of his exquisite music.
Artist Aurthor Ant's potential is also seen in the song 'Walk The Beach' as he tries to promote an enjoyable and relaxing scope for his music. Some of his other songs that deserve a mention as part of his colossal soundscape include 'Seen Better Days', 'Let Me Take Care of You', 'Got Something For You', and 'No Justice No Peace' among others. He is also working on new songs that will enrich his soundscape furthermore. Follow him on Soundcloud, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to know more about his latest works.
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