Upcoming artist Broski, aka Brisen Porterfield from Durham, NC, is an artist whose vision has always outpaced his means. His first project, Genesis, was released on SoundCloud in 2016 and was composed entirely of beats scavenged from the internet. Lost Summa, on the other hand, is the culmination of nearly two years of collaboration between BROSKi and indie/electronica producers Mammalien and Dadpapa, whom Broski met in 2019. Representing a fusion of their disparate influences, Lost Summa defies genre conventions. Touching on themes of adulthood, grief, and nostalgia, BROSKi's expressive and melodic vocal performances combine with live instrumentation, savvy sampling, and moody hardware synthesis like a warm breeze on a cool night. Deeply felt and largely autobiographical, Lost Summa is a eulogy for the innocence of youth. Following the release of his newest single "Driving (Lil Shorty)" he projects a very soothing track that will surely capture your ears. Starting the track with a soft beat leading onto his sweet and luscious vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's about having this strong feeling for this special person who has gotten your attention, the overall track sounds really nice. Kinda sounds like a poetry to the girl who he is with or trying to get her attention. To the vocals and production this track projects a very captivating sound that will truly get your head nodding. Being just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Driving (Lil Shorty") and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.