Hailing from Birmingham with Jamaican heritage, Louis D. Prince has been cultivating both his musical style and standing within the underrepresented second city, collaborating with other talented individuals along the way. He began establishing himself in the Midlands while releasing and performing music as part of The Worst Guys, he has since co-founded the collective, >THEM. (More Than Dem), which has led to spots at the Commonwealth Games 2022 and Made Festival 2023 and supporting slots for Jam Baxter and Quelle Chris, off the quality of their releases, social media output, and activity in Birmingham.
"Natural Causes," serves as the debut EP's introduction, slated for release in the upcoming year. Louis D. Prince, rooted in Birmingham with Jamaican origins, has garnered positive acclaim for his earlier single, "Is He Real," praised for its introspective lyrics, dynamic vocal delivery, and the ominous production by >THEM. co-founder, multi-genre producer, videographer, and creative director lordandrew.
Elevating their artistic evolution, Louis D. Prince unveils a narrative that explores survival, responsibilities, and hedonism. Louis intricately weaves a tale of his journey toward stardom, delving into the complexities of his relationship with mortality and surroundings. The orchestrated chaos unfolds over a captivating soundtrack, featuring an ethereal choir layered beneath a tapestry of melodies, accentuated by sharp bass stabs. The hauntingly memorable hook, "If I die for this life, then it's Natural Causes," binds the elements together.
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