One of the best feelings in the world is discovering new music. Therefore, if you haven’t already, it is strongly recommended that you check out the up and coming, hardworking, and talented artist Harry Edohoukwa. Edohoukwa’s unique style contains inspiration from both reggae and hip-hop, which not only demonstrates the different sound to his music, but also ties back to his heritage and ultimately why he wants to do music in general.
It’s easy for people to assume that great musical successes have always been hustling in the music industry but in fact there are hundreds of musicians who never knew what their careers would later come to. Iconic musicians like Debbie Harry of Blondie and Sheryl Crow didn’t make it until later in the game when they met international success in their 30’s. Hundreds of people share those stories and have one way or another found themselves in music.
As a friend of the Austin arts community, it is my righteous duty to expand on the underrated talent that incubates city wide. I take in this art, that manifests itself in many forms, digest it and turn each given emotion into a story with hopes to ignite a fire amongst the aesthetically dormant community.