Summerville, SC — Renowned artist Sunset Black, hailing from the vibrant musical landscape of Summerville, South Carolina, has once again graced the industry with an electrifying track. Titled "Music Made Me," this latest release presents a departure from Sunset Black's usual repertoire, delivering an evocative dream pop hit that's bound to captivate audiences. Distinguished by its melodic sensibility and smooth-flowing composition, "Music Made Me" emerges as a testament to Sunset Black's artistic evolution. The single was masterfully produced by Tunna Beatz and underwent meticulous mixing and mastering at 40 Oz Studios, ensuring an unparalleled auditory experience for listeners. The inspiration behind "Music Made Me" reveals a deeper layer to the song's narrative. At first glance, it appears to explore a romantic theme, with Sunset Black apparently addressing a female figure. However, the artist astutely subverts this expectation by revealing that the song is, in fact, a reflection on his relationship with music itself. The track eloquently portrays the intricate bond between artist and artistry, shedding light on the emotional journey Sunset Black has embarked upon.
As a talented artist, Sunset Black boasts a diverse musical background, seamlessly blending elements of hip-hop, punk rock, and country into his signature sound. He is also the visionary force behind Slummerville Records, a collective of artists inspired by Southern hip-hop and rock influences. Sunset Black's storied career has seen him tour the country with prominent names such as 2Chainz, Yung LA, Lil Wyte, WhiteGold, Bezz Believe, Kung Fu Vampire, Pastor Troy, and La Chat, among others. His collaborations extend to major artists like Bizarre of D12, Lil Wyte, Pastor Troy, Bubba Sparxxx, and more, cementing his status as an influential figure in the music industry. "Music Made Me" is accompanied by a visually captivating music video, accessible on Sunset Black's official YouTube channel. The single is also available for streaming on Spotify and SoundCloud, allowing audiences worldwide to engage with Sunset Black's artistry.