A month after Valentine's Day, Norfolk, Virginia producer/emcee Illien Rosewell has released his forthcoming effort " A Different H-Art". This project is sonically and melodically different from his nostalgic sample based boom bap production that his fans are so familiar with. Rosewell takes listeners on a journey through love, heartbreak, and mixture of emotions that the average person equally male and female can relate to. On "Ain't Like That", you'll find the Norfolk native striving to stay focused on his grind while trying to convince his significant partner that he's not cheating, all in the same time, trying not to fly off the handle when one is seeking attention. It is a perfect segway into the short but sweet "Here We Go Again." All of the production done by Rosewell blends well with his vocals bringing out the emotion and clarity in his voice. Clocking in at 15 tracks, he also brings listeners into his personal life with voicemails that are sprinkled in before and after the songs which adds a extra touch and personality to the project. "A Different Motivation" is a spacey bounce driven keynote track that would make Gary Vee proud, seemingly stating that he's the best out as far as his artistry is concerned. "Queen" feat. Young Money Yawn is seeded with details of Rosewell looking for that special one that can "hold the kingdom down". With the features to just a minimum, Rosewell confidently shows that he can bring true emotion to this tapestry of work handling both production and vocals -- a true musician purist will appreciate "A Different H-Art". If your going through a relationship that's complicated, or even a break-up, this album is definitely for you. "A Different H-Art" is available on all platforms such as iTunes, Spotify and Tidal. There is know doubt that this album will be talked about for years to come.
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