Marc E. Bassy Drops 'Postmodern Depression' | Def Pen
Marc E. Bassy
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It’s been over a year since Marc E. Bassy put out his debut solo studio album, Gossip Columns. Since the Bay Area released the album featuring Kehlani and KYLE, he has remained relatively quiet until now. Besides releasing a few loose tracks earlier this year, much of the singer’s new music has relegated features. Earlier today, the singer-songwriter released a new single called “Love Her Too” featuring his longtime collaborator, G-Eazy. Much like his previous releases, the new singles has a Pop infused R&B sound that has marked much of his music over the years. Building off of the momentum from his new release earlier today, the Bay Area singer-songwriter has released his first project in over a year, Postmodern Depression.

The new project comes complete with five new songs with features from the aforementioned, G-Eazy, and Guapdad 4000. Building off of his freshman project, Marc E. Bassy looks to avoid the sophomore slump that has plagued some of our favorite R&B acts of recent memory. With the new project under his belt, expect more visuals to go along with the new music in the near future. In the meantime, check out the full length project above and stay tuned for more from the California singer-songwriter, Marc E. Bassy.



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