Leeson Bryce | The Proelium

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The Proelium

by Leeson Bryce

An EP dedicated to explaining the struggles of college life, failed relationships, depression, and everyday problems. With beats provided from Oblivinatti and Magestick, an eccentric sound is produced! Highly critically acclaimed and a fantastic hear!
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome to Proelium
3:11 FREE
2. Through It All
4:13 FREE
3. Intro to That's Loud (Skit)
0:40 FREE
4. That's Loud
4:10 FREE
5. Kinda Happy
3:11 FREE
6. So Bad!
4:12 FREE
7. Keep Hope
3:18 FREE
8. A Thank You (Skit)
0:33 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Proelium" meaning battle, or conflict, in Latin. A battle against depression, the emotions from failed relationships, everyday college struggle, and etc. For each song, anyone can relate to it. Ranging from implications of committing suicide to hearing neighbors having sex while studying for a final...its in there. Kinda Happy, Keep Hope, That's Loud, and Through it All were especially well received. But overall, all songs were highly critically acclaimed. The artist definitely had fun producing this, and he hopes you can enjoy it too!

Follow LeeSon Bryce on social media!
Instagram: leeson.bryce
Snapchat: leesonbryce
Soundcloud: LeeSon Bryce

Contact: leeson.bryce@gmail.com

Credits for beatmakers:
Oblivinatti: Through it All, That's Loud, So Bad!
Magestick: Welcome to Proelium, Kinda Happy, Keep Hope

Mixing Engineer: Matt Peters
Mastered by Neil Simpson

Produced at Chapman Recording Studios



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