Mississauga based freshman artists Osei the Native makes his first appearance to the big stage with his newly released 6-track EP, 30 Thirty Fly. While most artists drop an EP with one or two fire tracks and fill the remaining space with place holder songs; Osei gives you quality over quantity. He will have the listener finding they can’t move to the next song due to their unavoidable desire to replay a track. The EP features 4 different producers; Freddie Joachim who’s responsible for Chuuch, Stay Up and Tonight, Laffeld who put together FAM, Duhmeterz Beatz working Suburban Safari and the native himself working the board on We Used To Roll. He features another rookie Mississauga artist, Jo Keyz, on Tonight. The tracks themselves come with an easy rider sound, something that you can’t necessarily twerk or nae-nae to in a club, but definitely has that head-bobbing grown sound that has become so scarce in the industry today. The EP is now available to stream and download online. All-in-all this is a local cat that everyone and anyone who appreciates good music needs to be aware of. Check out 30 Thirty Fly below.
Written by Omari Kace