With recent credits on Kanye’s latest album Jesus is King, B. Lewis has long solidified himself as a successful hip-hop and electronic music producer. But with the debut of his full-length studio album, Sunset on Carmella, he steps into the spotlight with an ode to his hometown of San Jose.
The project goes on a self-reflective journey through life. From love, loss, and everything in between, B. Lewis’s soft and encouraging voice relays messages of confidence and being true to yourself. Tracks like “Mind Yourself” advocate self-care and prioritizing yourself first. Just as the title suggests, “Ride the Wave” emphasizes the idea of letting go and allowing life take its natural course. Throughout the 12-song album, B. Lewis evokes an emotive tone and self-assuring message.
From producing beats for artists like TOKiMONSTA an, K. Flay,d Snakehips and being featured on Fox‘s hit shows Empire and Star, Sunset on Carmella is B. Lewis’s debut into the forefront as both a beat mastermind and talented vocalist.