5 Artists You Might Have Missed in 2015

Dylan Brady

The complete deep-blue shade of All I Ever Wanted’s album cover, from a lone television and plant to a kneeling Dylan Brady (sans his teal green hair), provides a glimpse at the gift he has for crafting a unique aesthetic that overwhelms all human senses. A rapper and producer hailing from St. Louis, Brady’s forward-thinking cognizance is on fully display throughout his debut record. With the unifying factor of elevated auto-tune strokes underscored by waves of speaker-rattling bass, each track provides a unique perspective on his style’s core, whether it be the brash ‘314’ or the heartache-driven ‘Yee.’

Whatever the emotional center of a selected song may be, though, it’s guaranteed to engulf the hearts and minds of listeners as Brady has provided a creation of 808s & Heartbreak-level proportions for 2015, not only due to its electronic-soaked productions, but the radical nature of its vision that pushes hip-hop music to a new level.

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