If you’ve been paying attention to Jared Evan’s artistically daring career then you know to only expect some visually remarkably videos from the man, and if you haven’t, there might be no better introduction to Evan than new Rik Cordero directed video 4th Chapter. Producer illFactor lays down a piano driven and engagingly mellow instrumental for Jared, allowing the New York native to lay down just how varied his musical influences are. From Genesis to Biggie, this is one man who can’t be easily defined: “Chapter 1, I was a rock fan / I knew The Police before they had Roxanne.” Come on, I know Jared’s not the only one out there who bumps both Jay-Z and The Beatles. Those feeling the urge to throw their hands up will definitely want to cop Jared’s The Fourth Chapter EP, due out June 26 via Karmaloop and The DJBooth. In the meantime, those looking to rock out with Evan right now can check out both his unCovered and Back & Fourth albums, available for free stream and download right now.
Written by Nathan S. on 06/12/12
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