King Elway & Black Metaphor collab for “Big Dreamer” audio & visual  

Stream/ download: “Big Dreamer” by King Elway: https://linktr.ee/kingelway?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=f9c106ac-bda7-428a-809a-00e4b9432922

Along with the official release of “Big Dreamer”, King Elway shares the MillieX directed video, which comes as the latest single from Elway’s upcoming project entitled 2 Soulful. With this being the first full length project that he’s released in over two years, Elway is pulling out all the stops, even shooting the music video in Las Vegas. 

“Big Dreamer” is a motivational record that offers the listener some inspiration when it comes to working towards their goals. He offers the same type of encouragement his OGs gave him, coming from a small town. They often told him to think bigger and that’s the message he wants his listeners to take from the track; that you can think bigger than your environment and rise to the occasion. Featuring production by super producer Black Metaphor, King Elway was able to set his position as a frontrunner in the Atlanta scene as he layers the smooth Southern stylistic production with hard hitting bars. The visuals find the rapper in his element after choosing to go beyond his hometown (Griffin, GA). Now, he’s living good with his paper stacked surrounded by beautiful women. 


King Elway continues to deliver real, good music and the video aims at bringing his words to life. “Let me hear yo 16 I bet my shit cleaner,” he spits. “That’s why Real Niggas know the sound ain’ got no hit Singles,” he continues in a line that is sure to grab your ear once you press play. The single joins King Elway’s already hefty catalog and is just an indication of what to expect on the forthcoming 2 Soulful.

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Music Artist King Elway Releases Latest Record and Visual for “Different Places” Off Upcoming Project- 2 Soulful

Griffin, GA rap native, King Elway, teamed up with Tinn Man and Kado for his latest visual and song, “Different Places”. There’s no secret that America has had a rocky history with race relations and even in 2021, there’s still a conversation to be had. King Elway opens up the discussion on this single, and takes his audience on a look into the unique experiences had by Black men in America due to their skin color. This story isn’t a new one, but one that needs to be told again and again to bring about the proper changes.

The fact remains that darker skin tones have a harsher reality than that of lighter complexions and King Elway uses “Different Places”as a way to shine a light on these experiences. In the Supadope-directed visuals, we see two friends who come from different backgrounds and how their daily lives play out in this current racially infused world. It’s so common to assume that Black people are the bad guys in situations, but the reality is that White men can be just as much of a threat. “To tell the truth I’m glad I ain’t been killed by a cop yet,” rhymes the artist. “Just a black man in America but you don’t know nothing bout dat”.

“Different Places” is the first single off of the Playas Club Music Group signee’s forthcoming project, 2 Soulful, which is the sequel to his 2019 So Soulful.

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Different Skin Tones, Same Struggle - King Elway Partners with Tinn Man & Kado Dupre’ for “Different Places” Visual

It’s no secret that America has had a rocky history with race relations and even in 2021, there’s still a conversation to be had. King Elway opens up the discussion with the release of his latest single, “Different Places”, a look into the unique experiences had by Black men in America due to their skin color. This story isn’t a new one, but one that needs to be told again and again to bring about the proper changes.

The fact remains that darker skin tones have a harsher reality than that of lighter complexions and King Elway uses “Different Places” as a way to shine a light on these experiences. In the Supadope-directed visuals, we see two friends who come from different backgrounds and how their daily lives play out in this current racially infused world. It’s so common to assume that Black people are the bad guys in situations, but the reality is that White men can be just as much of a threat. “To tell the truth I’m glad I ain’t been killed by a cop yet,” rhymes the artist. “Just a black man in America but you don’t know nothing bout dat”. 

“Different Places” is the first single off of the Playas Club Music Group signee’s forthcoming project, 2 Soulful, which is the sequel to his 2019 So Soulful.

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