The Music Industry has seen tremendous growth over the years. Countless successful musical acts have cropped up from all over the world, proving themselves to be a cut above the rest. There’s one artist management agency out there incorporating a number of services from artist management to recording sessions, and it’s none other than Astronaut Boyz.
Straight out of Aurora, Colorado, Astronaut Boyz has utilized their many talents to live by the following three principles: partner up with local artists, communicate the idea that authentic hip-hop is still alive and thriving and promote the signing of disadvantaged artists in under-served neighborhoods.
Astronaut Boyz knows for sure that there are many talented artists out there that just need the right amount of exposure to succeed in the industry. They push these unsung artists towards the limelight by fostering their personal and spiritual growth, allowing them to reach their full potential.
Due to the efforts of Astronaut Boyz, they have managed to gain a profit that they return to the communities by donating the sales from their records and merchandise. The budding music company has chosen local charities that are fully dedicated to improving the lives of those around them through food drives and other events.
Apart from fostering up-and-coming talent and creating new artists within the industry, Astronaut Boyz themselves also has an in-house artist by the name of Bwillz to act as a blueprint for the younger generations. His musical journey began when he first signed with the Astronaut Boyz in 2015 when the label was initially founded.
From then on, Bwillz has released his debut album entitled Property Over Monopoly to resounding critical acclaim. Hailing from Denver, the esteemed rap artist has also collaborated with other top artists within his hometown. This includes artists such as Trev Rich and Locco Dollarado.
Recently, Bwillz has worked with Astronaut Boyz to release two brand new tracks entitled “Hip Hop” and “Barabbass.” Both tracks showcase entirely different sides to the artist, highlighting the southern influences on his sound. Despite hailing from Colorado, he has managed to fuse his influences well, creating an animated persona reminiscent of TechN9ne or E-40.
“Hip Hop and “Barabbass” are on a whole other level based on Bwillz already existing discography. Both songs bring out the different aspects of the rising rap star with its old-school vibe and Southern sonic undertones. Fans of old-school hip-hop will really enjoy how the track “Hip Hop” brings the genre back to the golden days, keeping the culture alive and well.
The team over at Astronaut Boyz is extremely passionate about what they do. They are determined about keeping the culture alive. The video for the song “Hip Hop.”
References the old-timey genre with classical hooks that are fun and nostalgic, opting for a more rugged look rather than something flashy and refined.
“Barabbass” on the other hand, takes a new school approach to rap music with a more aggressive sound. Both the bars and the beat both have that Southern rowdiness to them, adding to the overall feel of the track. The production is also a bit more complex and layered compared to the simplicity of “Hip Hop’s” beat. Bwillz also has a new single coming out on January 27 called “Count It Up,” featuring Sauce Walka and Saucewood Winnin and produced by Rezquizit.
Overall, Astronaut Boyz and Bwillz are a match made in rap heaven. Bringing together the old and new in a harmonious celebration of rap music and everything that makes the culture what it is. This day and age is truly the renaissance of rap music, and Astronaut Boyz is here at the forefront, leading the charge.
To know more about Astronaut Boyz, make sure to visit their official website.