Samad Savage is an artist who’s going to change the world, or at least change yours. At seventeen, he realized that his ultimate purpose was to have a positive effect on the world around him, leading to leadership the remaining good people that were left in it.Deciding that he would use his music to achieve that goal, he released his EP, ‘Some Odd World’ in late 2016, building a loyal following and leaving his audience stunned, impatiently awaiting his next move. Immediately using this platform to give back to his community, in 2017, Samad created “The Clair Concert,” an annual concert series debuting at the Wellmont Theater. This series is aimed at bringing his city together and putting new, promising talent on the map. That year, Samad also released a thumping new single “OMG,” earning recognition on sites like EARMILK and The Pit London.
Samad’s most important release however, was his debut album, ‘The Grey Area’ (June 28th, 2018). This game-changing project not only showcased Samad’s raw talent as an MC – such as his masterful delivery, complex rhyme schemes, remarkably polished and versatile flow and his sometimes superhuman speed – but it also conveyed powerful themes and lyrical substance. The album openly deals with difficult subject matter, such as child abuse, that is seldom touched upon with such transparency in the overwhelming majority of hip-hop. Samad is once again, using his platform altruistically, starting by offering his fans a download of his incredibly poignant song, “Progress,” in exchange for a donation to ChildHelp, a charity that fights against child abuse. Needless to say, Samad Savage is an artist that you’ll be hearing more about, his music and his message continuing to impact his listeners as they will eventually impact the whole world.
The Grey Area
Samad Savage is The Grey Area. People who think in black in white or extremes of each subject are often. Samad Isn’t just conscience rap, he’s trap too. He’s an Emcee, but he loves to sing. He’s not fully Democrat, but he’s far from republican. He’s the past the present and the future. He’s a black revolutionary and a humanitarian. He’s not just the happy go lucky, “everything is perfect” guy, but he’s well aware of the struggles of life. He’s not a child anymore, but he understands he has a lot more to learn. He’s not blinded by the light, nor is he visionless in the Dark. He’s right in the middle. Samad Savage is The Grey Area.