Lashaun Ellis draws from earlier eras with “I Miss You,” sampling Blink 182’s 2003 single of the same name. While the song is short, it’s more than long enough for Lashaun to express his feelings of angst, frustration, and bitterness in the wake of a relationship gone south. Stream “I Miss You” below, and listen . . .
Brooklyn producing duo The KickDrums links up with Los Angeles spitter LaShaun Ellis for “Atonement,” a cinematic record filled with grit and character. “Atonement” is set to be featured on The KickDrums’ forthcoming EP, Echoes. Stream “Atonement” below. (HYPETRAK)
LaShaun Ellis‘s “Whatever You Want” quickly gives listeners a level of comfort and intimacy normally reserved for personal favorites. Maybe it’s the slow, winding, soulful production. Maybe it’s Ellis’s matter-of-fact, reminiscent delivery and poignant storytelling abilities. Whatever it is, it’s made the Los Angeles native’s single an excellent listen despite its relative lack of press. . . .