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When West Coast rapper EaSWay dropped his single “Nothing To Lose” back in April, Music Editor Jake Boyer described it quite aptly - "A song that comes on one of the radio stations on Grand Theft Auto that makes you stop the game to immediately find out what it is."

He's been on his grind for a while now, he started producing music at age 13, headlined his first club show soon thereafter, and works on music while pursuing a double major at The University of Southern California in social science and neuroscience. Now, we've got the exclusive premiere of his newest song “Revolution” - another jam that'll stop you in your tracks.

Featuring Nomad and LA singer-songwriter Kaiya Crawford, a snappy, downtempo house beat, and a hazy synth line, “Revolution” is yet another reason to keep EaSWay on your radar.

Revisit EaSWay's 2017 The Panther in the Room EP below.

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For more of our premieres, check out Jelani Blackman's turnt af video for “Go Low” right here.

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