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Recording Artist Gyasi Ross Speaks On Why He Calls His Music Acoustic Hip Hop & Performs “All in Your Head”

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Recording artist Gyasi Ross talks about the inspiration for his style of music, and does a live performance of his song, “All in Your Head,” exclusively for DatzHott!

Gyasi (Jah-see) Ross blends hip-hop lyrics and R&B/Soul vocals with acoustic guitar, delivering a truly-unique sound that can be described as Acoustic Hip-Hop. In 2015, Ross earned a publishing deal with Emmy-winning songwriter Bob Hartry’s CatBeach Music and was a featured performer in the L.A. County Summer Concert Series, TED Conference and notable venues across the West Coast. He’s also opened for national acts, such as Method Man and Brett Dennen. Born in San Francisco and raised in Los Angeles, Ross learned his craft from legends, including Marvin Gaye musical director Nolan Shaeed and The Tonight Show guitarist Gary Bell. He holds a BA in Jazz Performance from San Francisco State University and released his debut album By Any Means in 2011.

Gyasi’s current album If You Really Knew Me is available now and features standout tracks, including “All In Your Head” (a 2015 NPR Tiny Desk contest finalist) and the heartfelt ballad “She” among others. He will be performing in Los Angeles at The Hotel Cafe on Saturday, May 7, at 8 pm. Get tickets via the link below.

TW: @GyasiRossMusic

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