Feel The ‘Energy’ Of Rising Producer KEISHH’s ‘Beats With KEISHH’ Collaborative Series

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KEISHH
Brooklyn, New York
 – Emerging producer and beatmaker KEISHH announces the debut of her innovative Beats with KEISHH: Energy series. In her inaugural video series, the Brooklyn, NY-based artist unites with rappers Donwill, Miss Eaves and Nappy Nina and creates memorable musical canvases for their unique freestyle sessions.

“The first series I’m presenting is called ‘Energy.’ The word energy was chosen as I’m constantly learning how to only surround myself with things that give me enough energy in order to be my most creative self,” KEISHH says about her inspiration behind the series. “Without much insight as to why the word energy was chosen, I pushed the artists to rap about whatever came to mind when they heard that word.”

The first installment of the Beats with KEISHH: Energy series premieres on Thursday, February 8, 2018 with featured artist Donwill taking center stage. The rapper, producer, host, DJ and member of the group critically-acclaimed group Tanya Morgan spits fire over an equally hot beat laced by KEISHH. Subsequent weekly episodes will showcase KEISHH’s frequent collaborator, multimedia artist Miss Eaves (releasing on Thursday, February 15, 2018), and Oakland-born, Brooklyn-based emcee Nappy Nina (dropping on Thursday, February 22, 2018) furiously flowing while KEISHH lays the tracks.

Click here to view the first episode.

“Over the years I’ve gotten to collaborate with a lot of talented artists,” KEISHH shares, “and I’m honored whenever my music can paint a landscape for something they’ve been meaning to say.“

Hear what these artists have to say when the Beats with KEISHH: Energy series debuts exclusively on KEISHH.com beginning on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 7 PM EST. Keep up with KEISHH on social media on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About KEISHH: KEISHH is a music producer that went from playing around with software programs in her family’s basement in Maryland, to collaborating with other artists on her college campus. She grew up heavily inspired by Missy Elliott, Timbaland and Pharrell Williams. You can hear her influences in her sound, which is a mesh of glittering synths and hard 808s. The most recent project she produced for artist Miss Eaves, titled Feminasty, received press from NPR, Billboard, Fader, Elle, The Cut, The New York Times and featured their song “Hump Day,” which landed in an episode of HBO’s Insecure. The single “Thunder Thighs” garnered over 1.5 million views.