MOST Gets Regal With ‘Kings & Queens’
New Hip Hop Album Out Now
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Long Island, New York – June 10, 2020 – If there is one thing that people have proven to be done with, it’s musical genres. The lines between rock, pop, hip hop, and all the rest have been blurred in the 21st century thanks to artists like Billie Eilish, Twenty One Pilots, and New York’s own MOST. Delivering hip hop and rock like never before, he is proud to share his latest release, ‘Kings & Queens,’ available now on all major music and streaming platforms.
‘Kings & Queens’ is packed with over an hour of genre-bending, beautifully constructed, must-hear music that takes music to a new level. Songs like “Ups and Down” and “Red Wall” showcase the two sides of what makes MOST whole perfectly. On top of that, songs like “Nostalgic” really hit the mark in terms of standing out from the pack. It’s a song one could have heard from the likes of Bryce Vine, but it’s not. It’s coming from the always promising MOST and people are taking notice as in the first few days of release, ‘Kings & Queens’ amassed over 30,000 streams.
MOST is an independent artist who uses his myriad of hip hop and rock influences to create his signature sound. It is something he has been doing since he taught himself how to play piano, guitar, bass, drums, and the theremin. He has always been musical and is currently studying music and technology, but he didn’t start to professionally make moves until 2015. Since then he’s released a handful of albums that when listened to back to back show the artistic growth and evolution from day one to ‘Kings & Queens.’
Those interested in adding new music to their hip hop or rock playlists, reviewing ‘Kings & Queens,’ or interviewing MOST for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
To hear “Kings & Queens,” the latest album from MOST, please visit: https://songwhip.com/most/kings-and-queens
MOST presents his fifth studio album, ‘Kings & Queens,’ available now on all major and music streaming sites.
This article first appeared on ArtistPR.com Press Release