Bars Brown’s is currently working on his new project “Pure Truth”
Bars Brown has been in the industry for a while working under campaign during marketing and promotion for French Montana and a host of others. Music is more than a passion for this young man. He has opened for many big artists and performed at showcase like Hot 97. Bars Brown says he bleeds music and can’t sleep nor rest without hearing music or just being around a musical atmosphere.
In 2012 Bars signed a contract with a Grammy coordinator whose name has been kept under covers. After coming out of this contract Bars set out to take on his career into his own hands, attempting to pursue his dream all over again.
In 2014 Bars started linking with Coke Boy South and worked with Dj Konvict. He has also been appearing in various magazines and online blogs while building up his social media following and online presence. The Providence, Rhode Island emcee has been constantly working his grind, dropping different freestyles, such “Hot Nigga Freestyle” where you can hear his word play and passionate delivery.
Bars Brown’s is currently working on his new project “Pure Truth” and in the meantime has also dropped the club banger, “Ass Up”. If, you a real Bars fan you’ll love this track. It is on fire and Bars drives his thoughts into our brains over a great beat.
I had no expectations before I listened to but I must say that I was blown away by the tightness and catchiness of this release. This definitely up there with the best work he has done thus far – if not better!
Bars Brown has crafted a track that transcends clichés but meddles in what hip-hop fans have come to love about this genre. A no-holds barred, banging track that is good to play anywhere, on any day, throughout the entire year. It bangs from beginning to end!
Bars Brown has his street edge, but you can hear the maturity in his messages. He always selects quality production and this is no exception. The amount of things he succeeds on with this record is very high. Sometimes he uses vulgar language and terms that you might find offensive, but you need to look past that and see why he says what he does. Raw and uncut, Bars Brown strikes again with “Ass Up”!