The theme of the album is about Proper Einstein being a musical genius. Proper Einstein produced and engineered all tracks, and the tracks consist of four different genres: rap, r&b, edm, and pop. The album is available now on iTunes
Proper Einstein is pleased to announce he has released his debut album ‘The Musical Genius’. The album, which is available on iTunes for $6.93 has been described as one of the most exciting hip-hop and Electronic Dance Albums of 2016.
The Musical Genius features seven songs, The Musical Genius, High Ft. King Sticky, Musical Chairs, No Failure, My Reality, Round of Applause, and Change the World. The theme of the album, which was produced by Proper Einstein, is about him being a musical genius, and when fans listen to the lyrics and the music, they will agree the theme of the album is justified. The album is also available to stream and download from Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, and Apple Music.
Proper Einstein has taken Electronic Dance Music to another level. By combining it with Hip Hop, he has put a spin on it and introduced a new type of music called Hip-No. Since the launch of the new album last month, fans have been asking why he has not been signed to a major record label such as Def Jam, or Atlanta Records. Released as an independent artist, The Musical Genius album has put Proper Einstein on the map, with many in the music industry saying he is the future of Hip-Hop.
The album has been described as raw, exciting, and the future of music. With no help of major record labels, it is fast becoming one of the most listened to independent albums of this year, and if it continues to receive the huge response it’s currently receiving, it could become the biggest selling indie album of 2016.
To listen to the album everyone is talking to, and to purchase The Musical Genius, please visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/my-reality/id1079195322?i=1079195333
About Proper Einstein
The Georgia native Alex Brown, a.k.a. “Proper Einstein”, takes the world of Electronic Dance Music to another level by combining it with Hip-Hop in a genre that he calls “Hip-No”. His passion for music started when he attend Swainsboro middle school where he began to play the trombone.