Published on November 12th, 2019 | by Hype Editorial0
Despite the Overwhelming Temptations Garren Longs for a Woman with the Right ‘Energy’
Announces ‘Cuffing Season Tour’ with Eric Bellinger Kicking off Dec 1st
Compton-bred Hip-Hop/R&B artist Garren continues to promote the importance of authenticity in his newest audiovisual for single “Energy”. The artist also recently announced he is hitting the road with fellow Hip-Hop/R&B artist Eric Bellinger on the Cuffing Season Tour.
Garren’s addictively smooth vocals sync with his compelling lyrics, encouraging women to retain a sense of love and empowerment. Garren proves he is not one that is provoked by superficial looks, but rather the idea of acquiring an energy that oozes an aura of positivity, compassion and security in oneself.
“I’m one of the few men who will really want you for your energy rather than sexual attraction,” Garren explains. “The first thing that stands out to me in a beautiful woman is her energy – I’m looking for heart and soul. Your outward appearance is just a small fraction of what intrigues me.”
Kicking off December 1st, Garren joins Eric Bellinger, alongside Sy Ari Da Kid and Ye Ali, on his upcoming, 13-city North American Cuffing Season Tour. The tour begins in Dallas, TX and wraps up December 23 in San Francisco, CA.
Garren has been a prominent voice among his hometown city of LA and has provenly carved out his own path in music with a slew of singles and his debut EP ‘Normal’ in 2018. In that same year, Garren also earned his first Grammy nomination for his vocal contribution for Nipsey Hussle’s record “Dedication” off his acclaimed 2018 album ‘Victory Lap’. Garren also contributed background vocals to Dreamville’s recent album ‘Revenge’, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts and achieved platinum certification.
In 2019, Garren has expanded his artistic focus to film, with the creation of his documentary, ‘Normal: The Documentary’. The film offers viewers an honest look into Garren’s personal experiences growing up in south central and Compton, and follows his journey of how he got himself out of that environment through focusing on his career and his music. ‘Normal: The Documentary’ recently won for “Best Documentary Short” at the Los Angeles Movie Awards. More recently, the documentary has been accepted and invited to The St. Louis International Film Festival and was selected to be featured in Cinema for Students Program at the festival, Nov 7-17.