By: Seamus Fay
Dorchester’s own Brandon James has solidified himself time and time again as a multi-talented figure of immense skill within the local scene. His style always remains uncompromised, highlighting loyalty to his come up and commentary on the street-life that he has experienced with great detail and lyricism. Today, James is back with a new, tunnel-visioned anthem titled “Go Away” produced by Tee-WaTT that you may just have to keep on repeat all weekend long.
The single acts as a testament to the determination that James finds in his pursuit of success, marked by intoxicating flows and a high-quality approach to writing hooks and crafting complex verses. Beyond this, joining forces with Tee-WaTT was definitely a power move as the Dorchester artist’s sound is adapted perfectly to fit the blunt production and hard-hitting drums. Additionally, “Go Away” acts as a reminder that the rising talent isn’t playing around. His skills are only sharpened with each release and, by way of a dedicated work ethic, I don’t see a ceiling for Brandon James in the future. He’s here to win. Click play on “Go Away” below and get hip to an undoubted gem of an artist.