SWAGGER RITE DROPS “COMPTON” FT. SHA HUSTLE AND EVA SHAW
(Toronto, ON – March 5, 2021) – Today, Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc. artist Swagger Rite releases his new track “Compton,” featuring Sha Hustle and Eva Shaw. Known for his musical versatility, this collaboration is a youthful contemporary take on a classic, old school baseline, with a variety of N.W.A references. Listen to the track here.
“Compton” continues Swagger’s 2021 takeover, following the recent release of his official music video for “Drugs & Love” ft. Roy Woods. That video, which serves as Woods’ directorial debut, sees the duo hallucinating about having a mysterious house party in a secluded forest, watch it here. Swagger Rite has been applying pressure and staying consistent with release after release, demonstrating the range of his bars and sound.
“Compton” feat. Sha Hustle and Eva Shaw is the epitome of modern Hip-Hop, combining clever lyricism with booming percussions, and sweet triple hi-hats. Fellow Canadians, Shaw and Hustle add the final touches to the song, giving it a bounce and nostalgic feel. “Compton” is an addictive track teasing us with a taste of what is to come from Swagger Rite’s upcoming EP, Detour.
About Swagger Rite
Since making his debut into the music industry with his 2016 mixtape P.O.M.E. (Product Of My Environment), Toronto artist Swagger Rite has crafted his sound to draw from multiple genres to convey life experiences rooted in street tales and limitless dreams.
In 2019, Swagger Rite released his debut album, The Swagged Out Pedestrian, allowing him to reach multiple milestones for a new artist. Some of those moments include performing shows throughout the United States, playing Veld Festival in Toronto, having his single “Drop Top” showcased in HBO’s Euphoria, and being featured in CBC Music’s mini-series Drake’s Plan. While the sounds of hip-hop, R&B, pop, and rock have permeated Swagger Rite’s music, for his forthcoming EP The Detour, Swagger Rite is ready to reveal new layers to his artistry, in 2021.
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