Hunter drops Pressure
Newsflash: Hunter just released his latest CD entitled “Pressure” in 2012.
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About the Artist: Hunter, Frank “ProDoc” Cimato is a Ambient Pop artist that comes to us from New York. Reading from his bio: Hunter is a stepping stone into the future of pop music. With his distinct R&B/New Wave sound, Hunter is sure to please the ears of all who listen. Genera: Pop, Hip Hop, Electrinica, Chill-Pop.
Review: “Pressure” is his latest release and the result though far from a self-indulgent ego trip, rather a moving and elegiac artistic statement from start to finish. This is not your overly predictable Ramon Noodle Ambient Pop Artist. Instead Hunter delivers an amazing string of songs that are powerful, unique and extremely diverse. In fact Hunter could even be classed as a 4 genera artist: Ambient, Pop, Electrnica and Hip Hop. Hunter has way too much precision and clarity to live in the shadows of overly-predictable Ambient/Pop. Indeed this is clearly evident in songs like “Dancin’ Man” (feat. Young Hoffa), “Cool Rush” and “Sooner or Later” which methodically ups the ante to a very respectable level of catchy musical expression and craftsmanship that transcends pigeonholing. Cited influences are: Usher, Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars. The music is also commercially viable with a fresh sound and an entertaining vibe that holds the attentions span of the listener perfectly. It also showcases some exotic beats and a few vocal performances that are noteworthy of a true professional. The song line-up comes fully loaded and appeals to many listeners with a wide variety of musical styles.
Bottom Line: I would imagine in time we will hear more from this artist via No doubt Hunter has carved a marketable niche for himself in the Big Apple. I would not be surprised to hear his music featured one day in a major Motion Picture, on Prime Time Radio, or even headlining a tour one day. But for now I can honestly say this is one artist that clearly s you a musical snapshot that is highly original, unique and dare I say brilliantly catchy in its delivery.
by Michael Rand
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