"Love always finds a way to leave an imprint on the heart. Only hindsight tells us if that impression was as permanent as a tattoo or as temporary as a "Sharpie". As the music begins, so does the pendulum swing, guiding us through the story of acceptance; the acceptance of a relationship that is no longer equal, one that has faded and washed away."
Track 4 of TeawhYB's latest EP, "What We Were".
Directed and edited by Adobe Bryant, the "Sharpie"
Prod. by Sean Sison
Mixed/Mastered by: Casey Golden
Originating from Green Bay, WI and formerly noted for his college-life, party-induced sound, Alt-Hip-Pop artist TeawhYB took a hiatus from a budding music career while coming to terms with his personal identity. He has since redirected his auditory creativity in a kind of metamorphosis, so to speak.
“From a caterpillar to a butterfly,” says TeawhYB, “it’s like that break I took was my cocoon, it allowed me to grow, mature and evolve to the point where there’s no way my music could be the same…because I wasn’t.”
His 2020 EP, What We Were, a blend of nostalgic early 2000s pop-punk and modern Top-40 Rap, is an all-too-real tale characterizing the ambiguity of hook-up and dating culture. Notably "Ms You" has been featured on Youtube Channel Bangers Only with over 800K subscribers.
Whether it's blending country-rap-and pop into the Summer smash Cabin or conjuring up the "Bob Ross Dance" to club banger Dance All Night, TeawhYB's versatility finds it's way into the ears of all.
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