5 Local Artists to Look Out For

By Kimberly Seals

Still looking for your summer anthem, why not a local artist? Join PRMTD Culture in showing some support to these local Texas artists, and be on the lookout for the projects they have in store.

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1. Gio

Gio’s unique sound effortlessly combines the best of classic 90’s R&B and today’s trap music. She is a Killeen, Texas native who has brought her award winning style to the Austin music scene. Gio has a collection of soulful singles and covers available on her website and streaming now. Keep a look out for Gio’s first EP set to release in the fall of 2020.

Song of the Summer Pick: The Call

2. Leah Bouvier

Leah Bouvier is an Austin native singer/songwriter. Leah’s versatile voice and hip-hop soul fusion are captivating, but her true power lies in her introspective lyricism. She currently has two singles available for streaming, and her first EP, I Contact, is set to release later in 2020. While

Song of the Summer Pick: Cold World

3. Pretty Boy Aaron

Pretty Boy Aaron is a Dallas native with an eclectic style. His crisp bars and danceable beats are equal parts retro and fresh. Aaron has an album and a host of singles available for streaming now.

Song of the Summer Pick: Comb My Hair (ft. Tesia)

4. Don Otto

Don Otto is a part of the Austin based music collective, Family Never Divide. His EP, Mixed Emotions, is available on soundcloud now. Heavy hitting trap beats combined with Otto’s expert lyricism and laid back flow creates the perfect soundtrack for those long summer nights.

Song of the Summer Pick: U Don’t Hit Me

5. Uncommon People

Uncommon People is an Austin based indie R&B/Soul five piece group that breathes new life into the typical “boy band” genre. If you are a fan of psychedelic instrumentals combined with the best aspects of 70’s R&B and today’s neo soul, Uncommon People is the group for you. Their debut single is available for streaming, and their first EP is set to release in the fall of 2020.

Song of the Summer Pick: Feel Something



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