Tate Robertson is a 22-year-old producer, rapper, and vocalist from San Fransisco California. Today he makes his first appearance on our blog as he drops off his new video single, “forgot to call.” The visual compliments Robertson’s unique style in a way that’s creatively fresh. Often times, his music sounds like a broken record player being dredged through a murky sewer, then slowly raised through a manhole into a set of 1950’s noir film… Picture that for a sec, got that image in your head? Okay good.
Robertson’s music has been considered music that prods at the part in your brain that gives off the emotions of happiness and sadness; all at once, leaving the listener lost, but yet completely aware of what’s going on.Having spent the better part of six years producing music, the 22-year-old is gearing up to drop his debut solo full-length album, “ride or don’t.” The solo debut is a reflection of youthful disillusionment and heartbreak. Tate Robertson’s music derives influence from Madlib, Nas, Miles Davis, J Dilla, Flying Lotus, and more. We’ll keep you guy updated with the album as more news starts to surface. For now, check out the brand new visual down below and make sure to get familiar with this guy because he doesn’t plan on going anywhere anytime soon, unless it’s the top.