1. Eric Biddines — “Railroads Down/ Unfinished” (MUSIC VIDEO).

    The comparisons to OutKast ’s sound are probably inevitable, but pushing those descriptions aside for a minute, fellow Down South artist (Palm Beach, Florida, to be exact) Eric Biddines is talented in his own right.

    Now (the other) Eric B has been putting out music for a few years now, but this is the first time we’re hearing him. The introduction came via his latest video, which is on some Showbiz & AG first album ish or the start of N.W.A ‘s “Express Yourself,” and is in stark contrast to the boring poppin’ bottles in da club videos amazingly still being cranked out in 2014. He explains the premise and meaning of the clip in the following note…

    Eric says: Dear Friend,

    I present to you my new video for “Railroads Down/Unfinished” that I made with director Ryan Snyder here in South Florida. The narrative is told from the perspective of a slave trapped in a time where hope and freedom did not exist. This is the metaphor I use throughout the song and video to show the struggles of my time so far in the music business. I’m truly inspired by anyone with their back against the wall, anyone who has been in a situation where they had to accept the environment they were placed in and not be able to fight their way out. We are all trains with powerful engines on a journey to our next destination. And it’s up to us to lay the railroads down in a way that would lead us to freedom.

    Directed by Ryan Snyder

    If you dig what you hear, you can check out his most recent album, Planet Coffee Bean 2 , right here…

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