Sycosis serves up a new video for the song “Alright Now” and shares it with us. This song and video more or less speaks to the series of unfortunate events that has plagued the year 2020 thus far and how in the end the rapper is optimistic we will all be alright. Definitely not a lot of people share in this optimism but it does not hurt to be hopeful for a better tomorrow. According to Sycosis;


“This song is off my upcoming album ‘Find Me When You Wake Up’ which releases 11/6. It’s a powerful message about surviving 2020 and celebrating making it through adversity. The video shows the perspective of Black people around the world in particular the United States with the “Black Lives Matter Movement” and in Nigeria #endsars movements.”


Chicago Hip-Hop artist Sycosis or S.Y. combines an aggressive delivery, hard hitting punch lines, and a style that varies but a message that stays consistent. Nominated as “Artist To Watch” in the 2012 Underground Music Awards NYC, Sycosis has been setting his own standards high. He followed that success with being nominated for “Hip-Hop Artist Of The Year” by the Midwest Urban Music Awards. In 2013, Sycosis was ranked the #1 Hip-Hop artist for Chicago from May-August on Reverbnation . Today his music is being streamed globally in over 70 countries around the world, with over 15,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. Songs like “Worship” ,”Vanglorius”, “A.N.C”, and more have landed in international television and commercial spots such as Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Law & Order SVU, Dude Perfect, Chozen, Sunny Delight, and Vanquish Fitness just to name a few. With music that can be found on shows from ESPN to NBC, he continues new international partnerships such as working with Artlist to deliver music to Gamers, Youtube Bloggers, and major corporations. With over 1 million global streams across platforms in 2019, Sycosis is on the rise for 2020 and the decade to come.

Follow Sycosis on all his socials: Facebook, Instagram & Twitter but you can stream his songs on Soundcloud too.

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