Eazy Steve’s first ever visual is the song “Special Place” off of his project Simply Steve released in September. Eazy brings along his Neighburrrhood homies, Zan Dretti who produced the beat, X7Mill, who lays one of the catchiest hooks of the year and J.O. to provide a solid lyrical verse. See their Special Place here in the visual.
Chattanooga MC Eazy Steve has blessed us here at NHWWW with the first official look at his brand new album Simply Steve. From the very beginning, Eazy Steve chooses to capture listeners with an intro that features an acapella rhyme that forces you to listen to the lyrics instead of focusing on a beat to showcase Eazy Steve’s talents. Stand out tracks such as “Tres Dope” and “1993” are fun to listen to and at the same time used to express exactly where Steve is coming from. “Thanks B.I.G.” is used to properly pay homage to the great Mr. Wallace, who has been an inspiration to countless artists. The track entitled “Robots” that features Steve rapping over an acoustic guitar is very much something to behold as the incredible concept is somewhat reminiscent of a country type of song further displaying Steve’s versatility. Simply Steve features production from Jae Monee, LogiC, Zan Dretti, Taylor Smith as well as many other talented individuals. Steve does not leave out his crew from The Neighburrrhood as B Brooks, J.O. and X7Mill all make eye opening appearances of their own. Simply said, Simply Steve has turned out to be a superb release for some kid from Tennessee with his first studio album.
Eazy Steve drops off “N.A.K.E.D.” the second single from his project Simply Steve that is due to drop September 6. Not All Kids Easily Dream in this world but on this joint Eazy Steve and the House’s very own Michael Da Vinci speak of aspirations and their rise of respect in the game. On a LogiC produced beat Eazy handles the chorus and second verse while the featured Michael Da Vinci laces the first. Not All Kids Easily Dream, but after hearing this joint you know that they do.
Yesterday Chattanooga MC Eazy Steve released the first single from Simply Steve, his first official in-studio project. The track is laced with smooth jazz type production from Darrius Porter and the voice of singer Brantley Smith on the hook. “Shoot My Soul Down” is a message to those who always say, “you can’t”. Let the naysayers say no as you grow and never let them shoot your soul down.
Who are some of the most popular artists here on NHWWW? What would you say if I answered that question with, “Simply Steve”? Surprisingly, Eazy Steve is one of the highest viewed spitters on the site, just behind Copywrite and Reek Da Villian. The Chattanooga MC and Neighburrrhood representative has submitted only a few tracks to us, and the results have been tremendous. Eazy Steve is currently preparing his first release recorded in a professional studio, Simply Steve. The project fully encompasses Steve as a person and touches on multiple aspects of his life. From the passing of his grandfather, to cruising with friends and having dreams of making it as an artist. Eazy Steve shows his growth and versatility as an artist with the “Intro” track by spitting acapella as well the track entitled “Robots” that features him rapping over an acoustic guitar. With production from Jae Monee, LogiC, Charles Wheeler, Zan Dretti, Loco Beatz, Kage Roxx and features from his Neighburrrhood homies B Brooks, J.O. and X7Mill, Simply Steve is shaping up to be a dope release. There are songs to vibe to, songs that are deep, and songs to jump around to. Each track is comparable to their own chapter of life. Steve just wants to keep it real and be himself. Keep an eye out for Simply Steve and be ready to hear him on the upcoming World Wide mixtape, both coming later this summer.