Chicago native alternative hip hop artist Apollo Clone announces the debut of his new single “Dead, Dreaming." Endorsed by celebrities spanning from DJ Cutthroat of Atlanta to Swae Lee & 2 Chainz, the self-proclaimed pioneer of the Anti-Rap genre will be crossing over to the dark side (or even darker side) with the November 6th premiere. The tracks substance chronicles the necessary persistence through trials and tribulations that hinder many into abandoning their dreams in the merciless Hip Hop rat-race. We also hear Apollo ardently touch upon futile attempts to bring sparks back to a romance devoid of energy and abundant in depression. Coming off underground success with the recent conceptual EP Am I A Psychopath, Apollo Clone has been catapulted into bigger conversations while wasting little time bringing us this new tearjerker. He rose to the scene in 2019, preaching the patented ‘Embrace the Outcast’ philosophy and crediting his sound as having been cultivated from lean years of falling victim to the belief that being different and not following the norm was a bad thing. Harvesting those insecurities and strange idiosyncrasies, he began to exploit them through music, overcoming feelings of persecution from friends, family, and the standard patterns of society. Dead, Dreaming brings vibes emanating a compelling, lo-fi, emotional portrayal infused with spacey alternative and pop-rap twists, atop live instrumentation. Apollo has listed Lil Peep, Kid Cudi & Linkin Park as influences. Following the release of his newest single "Dead, Dreaming" he projects a very captivating track that will surely get your head moving. Starting the track with a slow beat leading onto his luscious and dark vocals he completes this track fully. To explain the track further it's about the substance that revolves around persisting through the trials and tribulations that hinder many into abandoning their dreams in this crazy rat-race called Hip Hop. He also touched upon futile attempts to bring sparks back to a romance devoid of energy, and abundant in depression. This track would be perfect for a late night drive or just alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Dead, Dreaming" and check out his discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.