Published on October 30th, 2018 | by AnthonyRian0
Ohio Artist Devin Burgess Drops His New Project “Trash”
Artists are getting more and more creative with how and why they choose to release music. In the case of Cincinnati’s Devin Burgess (who was recently nominated for a Cincinnati Entertainment Award), he’s referring to a collection of leftover songs as “Trash”. You didn’t read that wrong, “Trash”. Devin Burgess refers to “Trash” as tracks that didn’t make a specific album or project but were still quality enough to release to the public.
The name of the album may be “Trash” however the second you press play on this you notice how talented Burgess is. From weekend bangers like “Bounce Back” to lyrical backbreaking cuts like “Faith Gawd Bless,” Burgess is able to rap in any environment, over any production. Even in the background of everything you’re hearing, there’s a lite love narrative going on in the background that reaches a head with “Anita & Amy“. What impresses most about “Trash” is that it plays like a well constructed and calculated album. He didn’t just grab a bunch of “dope” songs and slap a compilation album sticker on it. Devin Burgess proves that one man’s “Trash” can be another listener’s pleasure.