Brittney Carter releases her first official video “Breakthrough” that was done by Miguel Visuals. The song was produced by Loop Theory producers Heir Porter & Disrupt and actually is apart of a 2 song set with another song called “Hooligan” also produced by the duo. The Chicago MC delivers a smooth intro that dives into self reflection in a singing style then transfers in more rapid flow highlighted by some of my favorite bars in this song:
“… Every time I spit it’s like a lil piece of heaven / better phone a bishop, better call a reverend / u can not contain my fire, not your average writer / All my verses golden, All my bars are higher / I am not for hire, not impressed by prices / You ain’t got to like me, know my God providing / I’m a keep on shining, I’m a reign in Zion … ”
Brittney Carter’s ability to show confidence sharing inner thoughts, being vulnerable, painting pictures of relationships and perceptions from society while maintaining lyrical prowness as an Emcee is second to none, her distinct flows brings the listener in for an in-depth ride along on the whimsical production by Disrupt and Heir Porter.
“Breakthrough” is an important record for her in my opinion because it signifies what I think her 2019 will be about in the industry, breaking thru to become a household name. I am really excited about Brittney Carter and if you love a hip-hop artist with uplifting content, flows, creativity & all out skills then it’s a great chance that you will be excited for this new voice in hip hop that is Brittney Carter.