Doc Strange Drops A New Project “Stare Here” [Audio]
By Jack Barnes
Independent hip hop artist Doc Strange released his latest studio effort entitled ‘Stare Here.’ The project includes four new recordings, all of which were produced by Doc Strange. The project was mixed by Doc Strange, too, alongside his longtime collaborator PlatinumPAT. ‘Stare Here’ was mastered by KalaniOnDaBeat. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
From the explosive opening notes of ‘Made’ to the suave intensity of ‘Anything Is Possible,’ ‘Stare Here’ gives a glimpse into some of Doc Strange’s finest work to date. The final track features A Geezy, Ea$y, Ben Swade, and PlatinumPAT. The melancholy ‘Cold War’ crafts an unforgettable atmosphere as well, and ‘3PO’ boasts some of the most eclectic beats of Doc Strange’s career.
During the senior year of his undergraduate at Texas A&M, Doc Strange took his music to the next level, starting his own brand, LOVETHECLINIC, and releasing a slew of new projects. Doc Strange’s first rap group, C.R.E.A.M, released a project called ‘White Lines’ shortly after, which was one of his first major successes. The single, ‘1 More Time,’ went viral, getting the group significant local play.
Following his work with C.R.E.A.M, Doc Strange partnered with GQ Marley, a San Antonio rapper. Together, the two performers worked on a collective release under the moniker of ‘The Graduate$.’ Eventually adding DJ Arin Chase to the roster, The Graduate$ released several singles and videos, finding success in the greater Texas area as a live act. (The outfit even performed at SXSW in 2015.)
Stare Here,’ as Doc Strange describes it, is an ‘appetizer’ for ‘CULT,’ his upcoming album that represents his best work to date. ‘Stare Here’ consists of B-sides and tracks that didn’t fit into ‘CULT’ and its narrative. Doc Strange has been filming music videos for the ‘CULT’ project as well, both in Colorado and in Texas. The record is set to explore themes of drug culture, religion, and personal growth, all elegantly accented by eerie synths and booming 808 drum machines.
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