Andrew Michael Meador, former-research-scientist-turned-music-producer, continues to release thought-provoking music with his latest track Under the Sun.
This one delivers a few interesting surprises well worthy of your attention. Andrew Michael Meador has a unique flow and style. He brings a laid-back delivery which evolves into a kind of chill-rap tone. This is in contrast to the vocal lines and hard-hitting instrumentals sitting beneath it. It’s a track with multiple dimensions and a certain unpredictability to keep you on the hook.
Quintessentially though, Under The Sun is a pump-up jam. Victoria Priest’s vocals soar over a richly-cultivated soundtrack of 808’s, trap bass, synthesizers, and trumpets. Andrew Michael Meador thinks out loud as he imagines the weight of fame and its side effects, while Seaux Chill delivers an earthy, hip-hop verse—landing the track with a final, cautionary refrain: “there’s nothing new under the sun”.