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Elijah Banks Introduces Us With His Spectacular Track "Somebody"

Elijah Banks is an forthcoming artist born in Germany and raised in Columbus, Ohio, who has been working on his musical talents for quite some time now. Elijah Banks had grown up between the mixture of two musical monarchy's in which are the vibrant and soulful atmosphere's of R&B and the gritty influences of Hip-Hop, helping him find his own signature sound. When Elijah Banks isn't in Ohio, he spends his time soaking up the dark trap illustrations and baselines of Atlanta, Georgia. With his amazing talent, his timeless sonic skills, deft arrangements, and his immaculate writing abilities it has recently helped Elijah Banks land on Ohio Spotlight gathering critical acclaim's from outlets from Fly Paper Magazine, Raw, and Prime Social Group.

Elijah Banks has always had a good sense in what he has wanted to project to his audience. Working on many tracks with influences of R&B and Hip-Hop Elijah Banks has recently released his latest track "Somebody". "Somebody" starts off with what sounds like some smooth guitar chords leading onto his clear vocals and solid voice. I really enjoy his vocal style throughout the track, as well as him adding the bass from the song "Pony by Ginuwine". It completes the whole feel of this track. It's definitely a track you would want to sit down and just vibe to. Make sure to check out all of his track on SoundCloud their all amazing.






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