Rex Evans Drops Hot, New Single - "That's Right"
09/19/2019

"That's Right," Rex Evans latest song from Atlanta's refreshing, emerging talent.
His new single, now streaming on Sosovision records.

Online PR News – 19-September-2019 – ATLANTA, GA – Rex Evans Drops Hot, New Single - "That's Right"

SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 - ATLANTA, GA. Listen to "That's Right," the latest song from Atlanta's refreshing, emerging talent, Rex Evans.

His new single, now streaming on Sosovision records, finds Rex Evans in a contemplative, grateful mood, at times intoning his voice to sound genuinely present, even taking the time to smell the roses. "That's Right" will take you on a thought-proving journey, it will evoke the believer in you, it will remind you to stay true to yourself, and true to the people who stood by you.

"That's Right," follows the success of his previous single "40" and first project "Gun On the Wall" which has passed over 300,000 streams. Rex, born Rex Anthony Evans III, is an Atlanta native nurtured by southern culture. He is a multi-faceted artist whose niche is a unique approach to pop and soul fusion. Being influenced by Prince, Cameo, and The Weeknd, Rex creates music that speaks to cross generations and cultures. He is melodically rich, lyrically prolific, musically rhythmic, and vocally hypnotic.

Born and raised in Atlanta, Rex Evans is moving fast when it comes to music while putting quality over quantity. Rex Evans grew up in the studio, because his mother, Debra Killings, is a staple in Atlanta's music scene: singer and bass guitarist notable for his extensive session and background vocal work for LaFace Records and Rowdy Records-based artists such as TLC, Monica, and OutKast.

"My mind moves very fast so I would get bored waiting for my favorite artists to release new music, so I started to make my own. It started in high school with writing and recording my friends, then borrowing my mom's computer to make beats. As I think back, since she is a musician (playing for Outkast and many more), making music comes instinctively and organically as any other common gesture I express. Now, I go into the booth, without pen or pad, allowing a flow of melodies and lyrics to come out. "

Rex writes, produces and sings all of his music with the exception of a few collaborations with, Dallas Austin, a music producer responsible for hits by Michael Jackson, Madonna, Pink, TLC and many others. Riki Prosper produced the artwork for the song. The song was mixed by Zach Aumueller and was mastered by Dacota G Fresilli.

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