Nashville Offbeat was thrilled to be invited to Hip-Hop and R&B artist, Trump Tight's second official listening party to gear up for his new release this August of Eclectic Soul! This wasn't just any listening party, folks. Trump Tight, named after a hand in Spades, threw a 'tight' listening party! Walking in to the living room, purple lights and smoke surrounded a stage set-up complete with drums, a piano, and an old-fashioned microphone making you feel like you were exclusive royalty.
Andre Collins, the man behind the music, wrote powerful music about topics including love, race, politics and happiness, and after hearing it all, Nashville Offbeat can tell you with certainty that Trump Tight's new album, Eclectic Soul, is going to leave you dancing to one song, crying to another, and laughing with the next! In his own words from his track titled Story Interlude, "Good things come to those who wait, and now you're gettin' everything." This is a man who hopes to bring a sense of community, love and trust with this new release that you can find out more about on his website: : www.trumptightmusiconline.com
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