Coming through with the Sheessshhhhh, you know wtf going on with this week's artist and producer, PhreshKyd, who reps the city that raised him (Cincinnati) and the city that elevated him (Nashville).
PhreshKyd "didn't have the funds to pay for the original beat on Sheesh, so he rolled up his sleeves and made magic happen while also writing the track". Sheesh focuses on getting back into the zone and getting back on track while introducing the rest of the world to his Southern trill, Cincinnati funk-type flow.
"The placement on this album (titled from me to me) further conveys that particular message since it’s right after a song that expresses his feelings of discouragement about his overall music journey".
Many artists on the come up lack support and face feelings of discouragement from time to time, which is why he released this upbeat track to remind artists to keep pushing because what matters the most is jumping back into the grind.
Your time will come, **stay resilient**. Inspired by Big KRIT, TI, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Key Wane, Kenny Beats, and Bootsy Collins, these artists are the reason he gets back into the zone and brings it all the way home.
At 14, he performed at summer camp, and the camp counsellors loved it so much that he could perform at the end-of-the-year celebration. Since this experience, he has kept going, and up to now, Phreshkyd has loved every step of the process regarding recording, making beats and performing, and has no plan on stopping.
"It's truly a passion of mine." So from the 513 to the 615 to down under, stay focused, stay resilient, share your story and say SHEESH to the noise. Watch out for Phreshkyd's music videos, and be sure to follow him on Instagram (@phreshkyd_) to keep up to date with his performances around the 615 and outside the city.