Kansas City producer/rapper Bam Keith makes his entry on our site with a handful of songs from his new EP Maybe I Won’t. He has produced for many artists and his music has been featured in TV, Film, ads, and other platforms such as Cartoon Network, Netflix, Vice TV, and more.

“Workin” is the first cut and is a bright and upbeat anthemic song made for the go-getters who are putting in work steadily to live their dreams. The self-produced track is ripe with lush textures and bright keys laced over groovy drums as he effortlessly glides over it with his aspirational-filled lyrics and carefree free.

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“LAW 17”  is a track that takes funk elements with a modern-day aesthetic and sees Bam dwelling on the concept of staying true to oneself regardless of the external forces around. Bam delivers his verses with such conviction and implores us that inner-strength and determination go a long way further than anything.

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“Way of Life” is a laidback and somewhat reflective tune that gives listeners a quick glimpse into Bam’s life. Over a chilled atmospheric textured bouncy soundscape he delivers a melody-laced flow with evocative lyrics that listeners can relate to.

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