MDN EA is an artist with a focus on creating a personal and distinctive blend of trap and classic hip-hop vibes, going for a modern and punchy approach. His sound is highly energetic, yet it does not skimp when it comes to melodies and appealing hooks. His most recent release is a stunning new album titled E.A., and it really feels like a huge step forward for this talented artist. The album features 12 studio tracks, each setting the bar higher and allowing the flow of this release to go for a more distinctive and diverse approach. In a time when so many artists seem to be mostly focused with releasing singles, I really appreciate the work of an artist who goes the extra mile with a full album. The listening experience is so much more immersive, and the wider range of songs really enable the artist to come up with a more versatile and encompassing flow.
There is also room for a few collaborations here and there, adding even more variety to the set list. Some of the highlights on this release include “Invincible,” as well as “Thug Luve,” which is a total banger that offers many great melodies! “Dream” is another stand-out moment, because the beat is melodic, yet direct and energetic. The first thing you’ll notice is certainly the high quality of this production, in terms of sonic aesthetics. The instrumental mix is balanced and direct, with a deep low end and a crunchy mid-range that adds a lot of excitement to the track. In addition to that, the treble range is smooth and bright, adding a lot of silky edge to the mix, and allowing the vocals to really pop to the forefront of the mix. In conclusion, you should most give this one a try, particularly if you are a big fan of artists such as Rick Ross, Gucci Mane and Young Thug, only to mention but a few. This release channels the spirit of authentic rap, while exploring the genre under a different perspective. Personality is the keyword here, and MDN EA will win you over with his timeless charisma and ability to connect with listeners on a much deeper level. Find out more about MDN EA and listen to E.A.
which is now available on the web. https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/mdnea/ea-3
We had moment to sit down with the East Atlanta rising star to talk about the new project, and we also had a opportunity to check out the project and give our opinion on the project as well.
1) What keeps you motivated when it comes to your music?
My circumstances and my experiences throughout my life rather it’s present or past keep me motivated music gives me an outlet to express myself.
2) When you think of “Vintage Media Group”, what comes to mind?
First thing that comes to mind when I think about VMG is that is one of the best if not the best platforms for up and coming artist to get exposure you guys are pretty solid when it come to that.
3) Being that you are from ATL, what is the state of Hip-Hop there? How would you titled your style of music?
All man being from Atlanta is like living in Hollywood at the moment I mean most rap artist that are popular or just artist in general are either from here or moved here within the last five years so it’s definitely a place where you can thrive if you’re dope , as far as my personal music style I would describe it as if J Cole was a trap artist because I’m giving you the short catchy hooks And dope beats But along with it I’m giving you substance to make you think In the lyrical platform is not just you typical Ab rhyme pattern, it’s structure in my head very well so I can record without even writing only time I write is when I’m not in the studio and I come up with something dope I don’t want to forget.
4) With your most recent project E.A. (East Atlanta) sounds like an “Instant Classic” I’m Really Feeling It… Can you give us some details on how you came up with that song?
Yeah my latest studio release is my 2nd debut mix tape entitled E.A. which consists of 12 songs is definitely a classic I put something on there for everybody to relate to rather your trying come up and struggling or you balling on top of the world or if you in between the two. (Personal faves Deathrow, Good die young, And Poppin sh*t).
5) Where can your fans & supporters find you online? Via Twitter, Facebook, etc.?
YouTube MDN EA
6) Who are some of your influences?
Like I say some of most influential partisans have been my experiences rather they been good or bad it has help shape me into the artist that I am and I’m embracing it all and sharing it with my fans because they might going through some of the same things , However along with that my mom has been my biggest supporter and influence just to go harder and succeed.
7) Any Last Remarks?
EA baby and E.A. are out now on all platforms make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel cause I will be releasing videos to some of your favorite songs very very soon, thank you for all your support in advance.
With The Culture Of Trap Music And How Artists Like Gucci Mane, T.I., And Jeezy Were The Face Of The New Wave, It Makes The Trend And The New Standard Of ATL And Down South Music As The Platform For Artists Like Migos, Young Dolph And Others To Set A Name For Themselves. The Bar Is High But Reachable, And MDN EA Is Looking To Reach That Bar With The Highly Anticipated Project "E.A." (East Atlanta). We Finally Had The Blessings To Sit Down And Listen For Ourselves How This Project Squares Up With The Wave. We Were Highly Shocked At How This Sounds So Much Different Than Other Artists From The South. Now Before You Start To Asked How, Just Know That We Listen To Alot Of Music Here And For Us To Grab A Vibe That This Is Different, Sometimes It's Not Able To Be Explained. With The Creative Production And Strong Lyrics We Were Catching Ourselves Playing Songs Like "Good Die Young", And "Dream" Just To Name A Few As Some Instant Classics. It Also Has A Very High Replay Value Also. We Highly Suggest That You Check Out E.A. And Tell Us What You Think.