Cosy up with the high vibes in CPTime’s seminal hip hop pop track, Home
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Douglassville, Pa’s most versatile singer-songwriter, artist and performer, CPTime, has released his seminal up-vibe pop hip hop track, Home, and showed the world a softer, more sentimental side to his talent and artistic hunger.
With over 50 songs and three albums under his heavyweight hip hop belt, he is well on the way to staking a serious claim in the Pennsylvania rap scene. His witty wordplay, sharp instrumental hooks and enigmatic emcee skills make him a force to be reckoned with.
Any fans of Logic, Hoodie Allen and Sammy Adams won’t want to miss out on the ascent of one of the most promising hip hop artists the US has delivered in the last few years.
“Home was inspired by a woman I met that instantly felt like home. I wanted to create an upbeat poppy track that makes the listener realise the true joys in life with a focus on enjoying the ride and ending up in those happy, comfortable and special places – no matter where you are.”
Amelia Vandergast at A&R Factory said:
“While soul-infused hip hop is never in short supply; tracks that ooze as much sincerity as Home are. CPTime more than made up for the shortfall with his dreamy single that captures that matchless feeling of meeting someone that leaves you content enough that the rest of the world falls away.”
Since his 2012 debut, the independent hip hop artist CPTime (Cole Parkinson) has garnered plenty of hype with his clean lyrics, radio-ready earworms and conceptual tracks that are recorded in his home studio in Douglassville.
His extensive back catalogue includes holiday tracks, motivational singles, sports-themed hip hop hits and party anthems. His performances include the halftime show for the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team on the main concourse and during intermissions at boxing events; he also manages and hosts hip hop showcases in Philadelphia.
His most successful track to date has racked up over 350,000 views on his YouTube channel.
Source A&R Factory
October 20, 2021 9:21am ET by A&R Factory