Antoine returns for a powerful follow-up single titled ‘Living In Colour’

Moving with the success of his stellar debut single ‘One Time‘, emerging Melbourne-based artist Antoine has returned with a powerful follow-up titled ‘Living In Colour‘.

Produced and mixed by ServidSounds, the record provides a brooding insight into the uncompromising outlook of Antoine’s experiences with racism. Moreover, ‘Living In Colour‘ is emotionally laced with a selection of heart-wrenching samples from the viral monologue of Indigenous artist Meyne Wyatt.

Stylistically, the track showcases his riveting storytelling prowess while putting forward a sound reminiscent to the likes of Hip-Hop greats A Tribe Called Quest, Kendrick Lamar and Slick Rick.

Speaking on the release, Antoine says;

“It just fell out of me, I felt it would make people understand the simplistic side of racism that’s constantly dealt with, rather than the back and forth arguments and debates online.”



Show Antoine some love on his socials:
Facebook: @musicantoine
Instagram: @antoine_yc
SoundCloud: @musicantoine

Written by,
Timothy Thorpe

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