Hip Hop artist C. Major releases visuals for the lead single It’s Real featuring legendary Outlawz member E.D.I. Mean.
The single is featured on C. Major’s new project Me, Myself, and Major. A project produced by Trey Styles of the MacP Music Group. “He’s the most talented producer I’ve ever witnessed… He’s legally blind,” C. Major said to O4L Online. (Listen to the album here.)
Growing up in the Sojourner Truth Projects on the east side of Detroit, music has always been apart of Major’s life. In his latest project, Major wanted to ensure listeners would dive into his world. “I titled this project the way I did because it was all about me not about features. E.D.I. Mean, Neo, and my brother Hannibal (Free Bone) were my only features.”
Directed by Wheat Visuals, It’s Real represents the love for his those in C. Major’s life. “The song was conceived because of the love I have for my better half, my kids, my hustle and myself,” C. Major explains.
Working with E.D.I. on the single, one of C. Major’s favorite artists, was a no brainer. “I hit E.D.I. up because he’s always been one of my favorite artist and he was ready as always and treated me like family so the song came out natural.”