Uncle T Presents “Frisco”

Happy Wednesday and Happy Birthday to me. Go check out Something to Tide You Over. It’d make me very happy on this 34th birthday. On another note, I feel slightly older, but know I’m still young AF.

Okay, now that the obligatory STTYO shoutout’s out the way, let’s get into things.

Today, I’ve got a new, tasty jam from Philly-residing artist Uncle T entitled “Frisco.” For those who are like me and haven’t heard much from T in the past, she’s a queer artist who has her background in rap, while still presenting her music with a smooth Pop-and-B sort of feel to it. The end result is a sound that’s unique and still comforting and familiar.

“Frisco” is the latest from the multitalented artist, which appears on her Eastbound EP. The track is simple in its approach; it features T waxing poetic about some time spent in San Francisco. I am absolutely in love with her vocals, as they bring to mind a lot of Philly R&B/soul singers, while still managing to be their own thing and own pace as well. The parent project features Uncle T singing about life and all its nuances, while still presenting her story in a way that only she can. I like the approach she took on songs like “Frisco” and believe that the parent EP is definitely worth a listen.

If you’re feeling “Frisco,” check out the parent project and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

Whatever you need to know about me, you can find out on speedonthebeat.com. Dad of two, cat dad (of two), mental health advocate, Team Support Dope Music in All Its Forms.

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