To say Voss’ growth as an artist in the past few years has been impressive would be an understatement. In a relatively short time, he has evolved from a champion battle rapper to a dynamic, versatile songwriter and performer. The BET 106 & Park Freestyle Friday Hall of Famer has long since separated himself from the battle circuit to focus solely on his music, and it’s proven to be the best decision of his career. Three years of writing, editing and tireless recording led to the release of his debut album Insatiable in April 2016. A series of cinematic music videos supporting Insatiable came next, coupled with write-ups in outlets including 2DopeBoyz, Good Music All Day, and Hip Hop Since 1987. In January 2017, Voss earned a feature in The Source for his “Non-Stop” music video.
In 2017, Voss has let go of a slew of singles (ten to be exact) via Empire Distribution ranging from emotional downtempo cuts like “Palm Of My Hand” featuring Dizzy Valdez and “For Sure” featuring Harrowgrove, to trap-flavored tracks like “Small Talk”, to 90s throwbacks like “Better Times” featuring Bij Lincs (formerly of Ground Up), capping off with carefree pop smash “Every Weekend” featuring Aaron Thomas. A minimalistic but intense one-take music video for the aggressive banger “Push” was released through Voss’ VEVO channel as well. The 215 native has a brand new full length project entitled “Lost and Crowned” lined up for early 2018, which is his most musically adventurous, well executed work to date.