WATCH: Cincinnati Hip Hop Artist Devin Burgess’ New “Bounce Back” Music Video

The track is the first single from Burgess’ forthcoming recording project, ‘Trash’

click to enlarge Screenshot from Devin Burgess' latest music video, 'Bounce Back'
Screenshot from Devin Burgess' latest music video, 'Bounce Back'

Cincinnati Hip Hop artist Devin Burgess takes an especially artistic and multi-dimensional approach to his music, as the kaleidoscopic collection of recording projects he’s released over the past few years attests. The adventurous production, boundless lyrical/vocal techniques and collaborative spirit found within his discography combine to create a distinctive body of work that is marked by a ceaseless creative curiosity.

Burgess’ latest release, “Bounce Back,” is the first single from his forthcoming album project, Trash, which is set to release Sept. 23. On the track, Burgess’ loping lyrical swagger winds around producer KSG’s punchy, earth-rattling beat, with echoing vocal adlibs threaded together for the dizzying atmospheric backdrop.

Check out the smoke- and neon-laced music video companion for “Bounce Back,” directed by LunarThought, below. To hear more music, check out Burgess on Soundcloud and Bandcamp. For updates on Trash and more, follow Burgess on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


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