Singer/songwriter FortyWest has dropped his debut album titled ‘Urban Vintage’, which consists of high energy Hip-Hop, Pop and R&B intertwined with Social Equality. This is an album that will keep you on the edge of your seat and one you definitely don’t want to miss. History will surely be made with this musical mix for today’s musical connoisseur. The variety of super fresh tracks on ‘Urban Vintage’ can easily reel in any listener. This is the kind of album that sucks you right in and refuses to let you go. Through FortyWest’s signature style, he has truly mastered his art, and is giving a new direction to the wider Urban and Broadway sound.
FortyWest has built an international following by paving his own path with his distinct artistry and distinguished approach. Everyone can find at least a one song on ‘Urban Vintage’ that they can relate to lyrically or appreciate musically. Everything about this amazing album makes it a must-listen! The song titles include: Sensitive the Opera (Call to Action for Social Equality); Hot as Hell, Love Song (tribute to 90’sR&B); Rise (tribute to women’s empowerment by Angela Wildflower); Black Girl Attitude ( reimagining and defining what it means to have a Black Girl Attitude in a attempt to re coin the term into a positive light); Tattoo Heat (80’s Style Love Song); Ego; Black ASF ( the African American Male comparison to life in America vs Life in Japan; Black Man in Japan ( the celebration of black life and culture in a Japan). West actually shot a music video in downtown Tokyo to this song this past February; Ai (the Japanese ways of saying love); Knee off my Neck (call to action against police brutality featuring James Baldwin)