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PREMIERE: Call Lewis Puts You Up In The Backwoods With “Secondhand Smoke”

As we are wrapping our another week, things are getting pretty smooth around here. To kick off this new vibe we got the best artist on Call Lewis who’s debuting his new single “Secondhand Smoke”. If I had to define the single in one word, it would definitely have to be: dope or trippy.

When he rings, will you answer?

A rapper of ambition and driven by the ghosts of his past, Call Lewis isn’t here to be left on hold.

A Los Angeles rapper born with Palmdale blood, Lewis’s darkwave trap beats fused with R&B soul keeps the flow steady….bumpin’ hard when you need something to ride to, slow down when you’re getting heavy on the dance floor, or keep your zen when you’re sparking up.

For Call, artistic originality is hip-hop’s life and blood. Challenged by the unique minds of Kanye West, Travis $cott & A$AP Rocky, Lewis shifts from mainstream rap and pop-dominated tracks, striving to be innovative, not conformative.

Call draws his influences from his community and life. Inspired by the team and people around him, he abides by his creed of bettering not only his surroundings, but the surroundings of those who have been rockin’ with him. Through his friends and his family, Lewis has positioned himself to give back on his climb upwards towards his dreams.

His biggest influences though, float above and watch over.

“Once my father and uncle passed away, everything got colder but it helped me no longer have fear. So, I dove headfirst into my passion and it’s been a dream ever since. A dream I have them to thank for,” said Call.

Call Lewis will be releasing his new project this summer, and will be touring throughout the west coast.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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