Personally, I’ve never been to Kentucky, so I’ve never really given any thought to what their music scene might be like. Sure, they’re recently responsible for artists like Bryson Tiller and Jack Harlow, but that’s in the mainstream mainland of Louisville, so it feels differently, I’d imagine. I’m talking spots more in the realm of Lexington, where the main export is the college basketball team–what’s up with them? Well, I’ll tell you. Hailing from the city and starting to make a buzz, Lexington artist, Qwest Shimar doubles down with his engaging new video, “Higher Frequencies.”
Directed by PB Visuals, “Higher Frequencies,” is a vibey record that’s heavily reliant on stout lyricism, ambient production and whatever mood the listener is in. Utilizing nostalgic qualities without seeming too cliche, Shimar showcases a vast versatility in his art. In that, naturally, it gets me very excited about his next release.
Check out the video below and get familiar with the rising artist.