“I love it when you call me Big Poppa, throw my legs up in the air, ni** I don’t care…”
– quote from “EAT”
Dynamic and super energetic duo Hybred drop latest bouncy rap anthem, “EAT.”
“EAT,” which is now streaming on various online platforms, is a track that is delivered with spunky rhythm and bouncy, groovy lyrics. It is quite impossible to listen to “EAT” and not find your body moving (of its own accord) to the catchy cadence. Hybred expertly spins a neat hook with power-packed lines in their unique style. The bass bars and drum beats produce a killer effect that leaves listeners hooked.
The music video of “EAT” is an energetic party with Hybred and some other dancers moving on the dance floor and having a great time. The clip has an opening scene in a dressing room where the dancers quiz their colleagues for juicy details about the blissful time she had in an encounter with someone. They tease her and laugh about it until Kendrick comes to call them all up to the dance floor. The excitement from the visual and the song itself is very contagious. The choreography is top-notch and flawless, with the dancers chipping in some freestyle moves in perfect harmony to the melody.
Since they first met at the Cleveland School of the Arts, Kendrick and Maurice have been a force to be reckoned with in the world of performing arts. Music had been a significant part of their lives since grade school. They toured in many states as members of the esteemed Jazz Art Ensemble and R. Nathaniel Dett Concert Choir. They were also involved in some critically acclaimed programs with groups like The Karamu House, Cleveland’s Showagon, and Cleveland’s All City.
They moved to Los Angeles in 2012, and there they separately pursued their individual passion, Maurice, to fashion and Kendrick to dance. They both had remarkable and impressive success in these areas but came back to make music together again. Music has always been a passion for the duo, and their friends encouraged them to make music together.
Hybred’s style of music is inspired by artists like Outcast, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, and so many others. The singer/songwriter duo write their music from their personal life experiences while hoping to connect to like-minded individuals through their music. The pair is sure to take the hip-hop and R&B world by storm with more projects to come.