New York City-based RnB artist Xavier White releases his new track “Say My Name” today. The artist is trailblazing through the music scene as he combines lyrics that raise questions about insecurity and instability with energy-filled, EDM influenced sounds. The track offers listeners an opportunity to connect to the narrative of a person feeling the need for reassurance and for someone to prove their love.
“Say My Name” features a slower start with eclectic sounds that build up to a beat drop that encourages listeners to move along with the music. Comparisons can be drawn between Xavier’s style and artists such as Khalid, Cautious Clay, and others who have mastered the combination of electronic background beats and RnB vocal vibes. However, Xavier is in a league of his own when it comes to tying together all aspects of the song and creating the perfect culmination of his artistic abilities. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
The artist grew up in Troy, NY and found his love for music when he performed his music for the first time at a family function. There was no looking back after this moment, as he began to write songs about the adversity he was facing and began to use the creative outlet as a stress reliever. In a little over a year on Spotify, Xavier’s music has been gaining notice worldwide surpassing millions of streams.
Xavier’s first Ep Cancer Vs. Gemini was released in early June 2016 and reached a few hundred thousand streams in the first month of its release. This debut project, and now the release of his new track “Say My Name”, help him to continue his launch into the spotlight as he performs at events in venues throughout New York City. He has gained attention from publications such as Earmilk and Music Ninja as his influence is spreading from coast to coast.
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