East Coast Artist Ol’ Smith premieres his visual “Carry On”
Rising New York recording artist Ol’ Smith premieres his visual “Carry On”, a film by Weekend Warriors; directed and shot by Jordan Hiraldo. The nostalgic visual was shot in the streets of Los Angeles, CA, and has been gaining some traction. The melodic single speaks on O’l Smith and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. Ol’ Smith, whose real name is Oelis De Los Santos, was born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx.
Growing up in the Bronx influenced Smith to get into hip-hop. Inspired by artists such as Andre 3000, Fabolous, Romeo Santos, and many more. He also has an artistic unique style in a fashion that naturally grasps people’s attention. His passion for music would only grow larger after putting his baseball career on hold after gaining recognition from universities across the nation. Smith’s unique melodic sound is therapeutic, from expressing himself through the music he’s managed to make a name for himself in the streets of New York.
Coming from a rough background encouraged Smith to spend more time recording music; racking up many new singles and networking with artists and producers around the city. His records “Gotta Go” and “Go Hard” were some of the firsts to really break the ice and gain heavy traction. Smith performed opening acts for artists like A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, UnoTheActivist, Thouxanbanfauni, and more; grabbing crowds with their energetic, melodic cadence while shaping the new New York sound. Watch “Carry On” and stream the single on all platforms.
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