the last of the acoustic series. the other day a friend asked me, "how much do you love your album? would you play it for kanye west?" i emphatically said yes. so as the year winds down, thank you to all those who listened and supported my favorite piece of work yet. ps im not even into kanye like that anymore but you get into the point.
The Bounce” video is out now! We really wanted to make a video that captured the energy of the song and most importantly made people smile and have a good time. ❤️❤️. Watch The Video Now! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwJWyJZsF1I
nyc friends show tonight at mercury lounge. doors at 730, early show. gonna be fun. limited tix left here - http://smarturl.it/OUNYCSHOW there will be some at the door as well. lets celebrate!
new york friends, only a few tickets left for tomorrows nights show. lets celebrate my new album and my first NYC show in a while! get ur tickets here- http://smarturl.it/OUNYCSHOW
if you wanted to a little more background on the inspiration behind the album.... i did a little thread on twitter.....check it out.... could be cool to an fb live this week too! https://twitter.com/Outasight/status/1057051706456862721
NYC friends....just a quick heads up tickets are moving fast for my album release celebration show. saturday. november 3rd. mercury lounge. here's the link (dont use others they're charging 3x times the price) http://smarturl.it/OUNYCSHOW
Honesty Time - I never usually like posting pics of myself performing because I get a bit self conscious. I know it sounds funny but sometimes having your face all scrunched up isn’t the most flattering thing in the world. But this shot right here is me in my element. Between a new album and some great shows, I have a lot to smile about. NYC you’re next, see you 11/3. Tickets are at futurevintagesoul.com And thank you to all the lovely folks who came out to the shows, means so much. Hope you’ve had a chance to listen to the album, I love it, and it feels like people are digging it too….
This is it!!! I am proud to present my 4th album, Future Vintage Soul. Listen- http://smarturl.it/FutureVintageSoul This is the first album I’ve ever done where I had the concept first. The title came to me in a dream and it felt right. From there I went on a sonic journey to make an album that you could play and dance to forever. Inspired by the classic dance records I grew up with, Future Vintage Soul will hopefully be the soundtrack to your good times for a long, long time. I want to thank all the people who helped make it possible. 9 out of the 11 songs were produced by my longtime collaborator and friend @cookclassics, with of course a ton of help and creative spark from the homie @shiben. Thank you guys for making a vision become reality. @GroovelineSosa provided the horns, and well this record wouldn’t be what it is without them. Big shouts also to @iamevangartner who produced “Old Time’s Sake” and @goldhouse who produced “Can’t Wait”. You guys crushed it. Much love to the two mixing engineers who made this album sound insane. Seriously. @RyanLipman @GeoffSwan, thank you a million times over. Finally FVS was mastered by the wonderful @colinleanord. Of course big shouts to the team who made this thing go - Without further ado, I present to you, Future Vintage Soul. Play it, share it, tag me, and let the world hear it if you love It as much as I do. Thank you!!!!
This Friday I drop my 4th album!!! Pretty exciting. There’s a lot going on in general and I never know how to balance the promoting a million things at once thing. I’m not trying to bombard people, but I got a new album coming out, shows in LA, Chicago, NYC, and a lot more. This album took alot of hard work and more than anything I’m just really proud to share it with the world. You ready?
When I was a kid, I would play music loud in my room while crushing the air guitar, singing loudly to all my favorite bands…. day dreaming of being in front of a crowd. It was the only thing I ever really wanted to do. I first started performing around age 13/14. My friend would pick up his acoustic guitar and I would make up songs on the spot in my friend’s basement at the Friday night house party. By 17, it was on to NYC. I was out every night, rapping to anyone and everyone who got in my car. Any mic I could get on, I would. Next was a rock band, practicing countless hours in a dingy rehearsal room writing songs and making all our friends come see our shows. Finally, Outasight was born. Countless nights in the studio, rehearsing, writing, playing. Any open mic or showcase in New York City that would have me I did. I rocked every Sunday night in Brooklyn with really talented folks who went on to do their own thing. I kept going. Opening for anyone and everyone. Slept on a lot of couches. By then it had been an decade of building my craft. Then finally, a hit song happened. I spent the next few years learning how to really tour. The load ins, the long drives, the paying dues as an opener. No pay, no green room, all love. We learned alot. One day I looked out and saw 20 thousand people singing my song. This is what little man dreamed of. But no matter the size of the stage or crowd, just being up there, it’s still like a kid living out his day dream. I love to perform, and can’t wait to do these shows. We just announced some amazing supporting acts. LA we have @NickyBlitz and @ChelseaPerkins. Chicago we have @Goldhouse and @Mathien. Tickets are at www.futurevintagesoul.com. I’ll see you there.