Lyric Video: Marc E. Bassy – “That’s Love” ft. Ty Dolla $ign

His East Hollywood EP Will Be Available at All Digital Retailers October 30th


Critical Praise for Marc E. Bassy:

“His story is one about the amazing results that come from artistic exploration without expectation.” – KQED

“It’s time we all get better acquainted with the one they call Marc E. Bassy.” Okayplayer

“Marc E. Bassy is a fresh voice and one of LA’s own. He fits comfortably in the space between Frank Ocean and Mac Miller.” – LA Music Blog

“His bouncy flow channels the manic energy of Chance The Rapper; the animated style and tempered synths of “Cigarettes” could comfortably fit as a b-side to Acid Rap” – SPIN

“If you’re looking for a soulful vibe to act as the soundtrack for your summer kickbacks, get familiar with Marc E. Bassy.” – XXL

The Video:

California singer/songwriter Marc E. Bassy is releasing a soulful visual for “That’s Love,” giving a glimpse into his life on tour. The track, which features Ty Dolla $ign, is from Marc E. Bassy’s East Hollywood EP, which will be re-released at all digital retailers on October 30th. “The song isn’t just about a romantic relationship even though it’s inspired by one,” the Republic Records-signee explained to Galore Mag in their premiere post. “It’s about love of all kinds, love for your friends, for your family, for your roommates, it’s all love. To me it’s an anthem and a motto: that’s love.”

Last week, Marc E. Bassy released his self-directed video for the standout track “Some Things Never Change,” which The FADER called “a sludgy R&B-soul hybrid and an anthem for dream chasers” in their premiere post. As a songwriter, Marc E. Bassy has penned cuts for popstress PIA MIA, 2 Chainz, Chris Brown, Usher, Akon, Sean Kingston, Prince Royce, Allen Stone, HBK Gang, and more. Described as “smooth” by The FADER and a “fresh voice” by LA Music Blog, his unique blend of boozy, bass-heavy, sexy storytelling on the East Hollywood EP takes listeners through a recent period in which he went through a series of major transitions. “This is my best work to date.  I love getting my heart broken,” Marc E. Bassy explains. “It’s the best – it makes you pick yourself off the floor and do better.”

East Hollywood EP Tracklisting:

1. Some Things Never Change
2. Faded ft. Pia Mia & Wynter Gordon
3. Free Love ft. HBK P-LO
4. Drunk and I’m Drunk ft. Bobby Brackins

Bonus Tracks (different depending on which digital retailer is accessed)
1. XX
2. On Top
3. Good Money

Watch “That’s Love”:

Check out the Galore Mag premiere:

Please contact Michelle if interested in talking with Marc E. Bassy.

Marc E. Bassy Background:

San Francisco-born singer songwriter Marc E. Bassy is an artist who refuses to be pigeonholed. Inspired by the Bay Area rap he grew up with as well as traditional Soul/RnB music, Marc has always found himself balancing between the two. Not only has Marc written songs for 2 ChainzSean Kingston, Allen Stone, Rince Royce, Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa but he has also found success with his former Rap/Rock group 2AM Club, whose 2010 debut album What Did You Think Was Going To Happen? reached #3 on the Billboard Heatseekers charts. His debut solo EP Only The Poets, was released the summer of 2014, marking the beginning of the next phase in his career. Shortly after he released his sophomore EP, The East Hollywood EP, Marc signed with Universal Republic and will re-release the EP commercially on October 30th, 2015.


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“That’s Love” ft. Ty Dolla $ign:

“Some Things Never Change”:

East Hollywood

Only the Poets

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