Its been a long time
and it hasn’t been like this before,
I still remember who you are
The sounds coming from Autumn in June’s backyard studio are in sharp contrast to the music you will hear palpitating from car speakers on the street outside. Taking a chance and breaking from the confines of a rap saturated environment, Autumn In June began creating an innovative fusion of pulsating rhythms and vocals reminiscent of British trip hop. This was an unexpected occurrence in one of LA’s most ghettoized communities, and quickly resulted in him adopting a name to reflect his misplacement in this world, Autumn In June.
Growing up on the streets of South Central, Autumn In June’s childhood was saturated by violence, gang culture and a community revere for gangster rap. However, he saw limitations in the genre that dominated his neighborhood and, ultimately, began to experiment with new styles.
Autumn in June’s self-titled album (due out 9/16) tears apart the rule book of what music from ghettoized communities is supposed to be. Combining stories of inner-city poverty and gang culture with mellow electronic synths, the outcome is a stream of hard-hitting lyrics, diverse sounds and raw passion.
With uncompromising lyrics and a desire to stay true to his urban roots, Autumn in June is using music to forge a path of innovation, breaking the mold of what is expected.
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