Soul Clap: Guordan Banks – “A Song For Everyone” Mixtape

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Guordan Banks has been known to be an R&B artist who stamps his smooth vocals onto hip-hop tracks.  It makes sense that he’s right at home with his label.  Signed to Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers Records, Guordan has been featured on Meek Mill’s “Heaven or Hell,” which also features Jadakiss, and 50 Cent’s “Winners Circle”.   Don’t get it twisted though.  Guordan is not just a feature artist.  He’s released some of his own joints including “Where Are You” (on which Meek Mill took the role of the feature artist), his “2 AM” remix ft. Bizzycrook, and his “0-100” remix. But Guordan is finally letting us hear what he’s really got with the release of his A Song For Everyone mixtape.

It sounds like Guordan is teasing us on A Song For Everyone when he really knows he’s easily capable of raising goose bumps with his voice, but the soothing route he took with this tape was perfect.  Guordan’s sound made it easy to believe and connect to songs like “It’s Enough Pain” (prod. by Nick Verruto) and his inspirational track “Mirror” (prod. by davgains).  The Philly artist with a love for hip-hop couldn’t exclude it from this project.  A Song For Everyone features the bossman Meek Mill, Omelly, Wale, Dunson and the last track, “Farewell – Jimme Wallstreet Tribute,” features the late Philly rapper who lost his life the very same day as Lil’ Snupe.

Guordan Banks is holding it down for the Dreamchasers.  Listen up to A Song For Everyone below …

Noteworthy songs:

“Mirror”
“Thank God”
“We Might Die”

 

Guordan is holding it down for the Dreamchasers.  Listen up to A Song For Everyone below …

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Ayanna has always had a love for music, pen and paper. Since her young days of Whitney Houston being played in her Brooklyn brownstone and scribbling in her Lisa Frank diaries, her passion for the three have only grown. She followed her pen and paper and graduated from Penn State in 2011 with a degree in Print Journalism. Shortly after Ayanna began writing for Hipolitics, a site geared toward making social consciousness hip. She was also brought on board as the Reality Check blogger for WBLS.com. Now, she's following the music. She currently owns her own R&B-focused blog Sosheleyes.com "sharing dopeness" that her own ears love to hear.