When Shake slid over “another Tennessee artist” to my inbox, I assumed the sound would gravitate toward that of some recent up and comers from the area—namely Isaiah Rashad and Michael Di Vinci. And, while there are shades of the South scattered throughout his music — banging, rolling bass drums elevate his sound, which falls more toward the “trap soul” genre that’s gained steam over the past couple years — Myze can’t be pigeon-holed into his region.
Almost Impossible is a solid introduction to Myze’s talents — which revolves around the do-it-yourself mantra of producing, mixing, recording and writing all of your own music. Lasting 10 songs, the artist navigates his self worth through the scope of love, heartbreak and honesty — something often done but rarely all by one’s self.
Stream Almost Impossible below, and cop the project on iTunes.