From RapDose –
Tyrone Briggs first made his intro to the rap game in early August with “Spartacus.” Since then he’s been shedding some light, with his viral series #ScatteredThoughts, expressing what motivates him, how he found his voice and why you should listen to it. The Staten Island artist doesn’t call himself a rapper..in fact, he wants you to realize that there’s more to Shaolin Island than just Wu-Tang.
Now, he gives us the visuals for “Spartacus,” which is the first single from his upcoming EP ScatteredThoughts. For the Sean Nathaniel-produced track, we’re given a black and white video, directed by Beezy Black, where we’re brought to Briggs’ hometown and are given a glimpse into his life and why he’s so hungry. Briggs has an undeniable point of view that’s currently missing from the game and as he says, “How could you appreciate Jesus if you was raised on Koran? How could you appreciate Jordan if you were raised on Lebron?”
Tyrone Briggs project ScatteredThoughts when it’s released on October 15th.
Check out the first two episodes of Tyrone’s #ScatteredThoughts vlog series below.
Episode One: GMT speaks on what’s he thinks is missing in music. Why he isn’t a “twitter rapper” and breaks down how pop culture has influenced his approach to music.
Episode Two: The second installment of Tyrone Briggs’ #scatteredthoughts. Watch as GMT speaks on motivates him, why he feels he was “born to do this” and what are the reasons behind his “whys”.