Tag: heath mcnease
March 9, 2019
Be Clean Again feels like a Sunday. The weather is somber, you’re feeling introspective, and everything just seems rather slow. Very little of Heath McNease’s latest effort (save for “Believe”) could be deemed upbeat from a musical or lyrical standpoint. This album is 54 minutes of slow hip-hop meets folk, never lacking in sincerity or seriousness.… Continued →
December 29, 2018
October 30, 2017
April 27, 2017
March 29, 2017
Heath McNease has released a video for his new song “Rapper” featuring Keyes (otherwise known as Heir Jordan). The press release reads: “In the lead up to his new EP featuring Propaganda, J Givens, Derek Minor and more, Heath McNease partnered with Keyes (aka Heir Jordan) to drop a loosie that takes a satirical look at what it is to be a rapper Over a gritty beat from producer Wonderlust, both rappers dole out stern warnings about the dangers of getting to know an emcee.… Continued →
April 29, 2014
May 20, 2013
Heath McNease, equal parts rapper and indie folk singer, has a new music video from his Losing Daylight EP. You can watch his simple but brilliant video for "Calls That Never Come" below.
February 19, 2013
Heath McNease brings another new album and two new music videos to the table today. Check it all out here.
October 12, 2012
Better late than never when it comes to reviewing a masterfully well done musical and literary experience.
August 23, 2012
Having already put out at least two albums in the last 12 months, I chatted with Heath McNease about his newest new album "The Weight of Glory: Songs inspired by the Works of C. S. Lewis."