G. E. Holliday
From 808 Vampire
Growing up in the 90s and getting into trouble in school all the time has led G. E. Holliday down an interesting path. Living in Atlanta's housing projects had given Holliday a rebellious and non-conformist streak which didn't gain productive focus until he discovered music. Trying his hand at college, G. E. Holliday made his first effort to straighten out with the help of tutors and coursework. This didn't work out too well, so he took another direction. Becoming his own master, and driving himself in any direction that felt right, the final output became 808 Vampire. The single, Vampire Wedding, is out now.
A groovy beat saunters along the lines of a bluesy guitar. G. E. Holliday starts to sing. His voice carries a unique and friendly atmosphere while the vocals hit each note perfectly. A twisted love song, full of sensuality and soul delicately paints itself across the airwaves. Flashy guitar licks spray colourful paints into the air while a Prince style funk maintains a cool and smooth delivery.
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