Chicago-based artist Solo E got into music with the influence of his Auntie Kiwi, who was the first to teach him about producing music. Since his entrance into the industry around the age of 23, he has had the privilege to perform on BET 106 and Park Wild Out Wednesday. These then led to the opportunities to open for major artists such as Mindless Behavior, Soulja Boy, Yung Jeezy, Tyga, Mike Posner, and more. He also was offered two indie deals which he declined to focus on his specific lane and craft. Now, he is looking to take another step forward with the September release of his single “Ride” and the October EP drop.
Solo E put his life into his music, evident in the realness of the message in his songs. He explains, “My music is more tied to today’s life. Relationship goals, break-ups, and going through hard times in life. I want my music to be the up life to everyone. I want them to understand what they are going through and that others are going through the same thing too.” “Ride,” and the upcoming EP will continue this theme by discussing topics such as relationship struggles, personal growth, real-life battles, mental health, and spiritual issues.
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“Ride” Demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4A3GxHsMqQ