In an industry where envy amongst friends is common and corporate interest and art clash, St. Louis hip-hop recording artist Eddie Gramz lost his passion for music. While taking a three year hiatus, he struggled to find a creative outlet to fill this void. “I wrote my first rap when I was 6, so when I let go of music, I let a huge part of myself go.” With life spiraling downward, Eddie Gramz was shocked when one day he started receiving calls from friends who heard his songs on the internet and radio. “At the time, I was done with social media…twitter, facebook, etc. I hadn’t promoted any music whatsoever, but when I went online and saw all the positive feedback and fans posting my music, I instantly became inspired again”.
This led to Eddie Gramz recording his debut album “Forest of Burning Treez”. He’s created a clearly defined album that is the culmination of where he’s been and where he’s going. There’s magic in the detailed lyrics which reflect obstacles that come with the life. With smoker anthems like “Fiya” and catchy singles such as “Arizona” He is sure to win notoriety that is demanded by the depth and quality of his music.