On his last mixtape single, early April’s Church West Texas, M.i showcased a more introspective side of his artistic persona, offering listeners a firsthand account of his struggles with his Christian faith. Follow-up Nothing You Can Do finds the Lone Star State lyricist forging deeper into confessional territory as he reflects on the sacrifices he’s made in order to pursue his dreams of success in the music game. Joining the headliner over project collaborator Tyler Keyes’ rock-infused boardwork, H-Town heavyweight Chamillionaire lends his high-energy flows to verse two, and Corbett contributes sung vocals to the record’s chorus and outro. Feeling it? You’ll be able to find this reflective Southern banger and many more quality cuts on Pushing Keyes, scheduled for release May 16. The project will be available for free digital download, as well as being purchasable via iTunes.
Written by richard on 04/16/13
M.i, the artist who brought us 2011 mixtape Prep Time and 2012 project The Coldplay Sessions, has returned in 2013, this time with a full-length album in hand (digitally speaking, of course). Pushing Keyes is a collaborative...
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