Ending 2021 with a 13-track album titled Easy Money, The Real Bril showcases smooth lyricism and vibes in “Attention,” a track off of his project. Exploring the two sides of the coin when it comes to attention – not having it or having too much – Bril gives the track’s old-school hip-hop sounds a fresh infusion of energy and feel-good bars.

Born and raised in St. Louis (shout-out STL), Jabril Whitmore, also known as The Real Bril, is Atlanta’s newest emerging artist. Hip-hop and rap has run in his blood for generations and is what helped engrain in him his respect for the craft. Over the years, he has continued to capitalize on life’s experiences, developing diverse lyrical content applicable to various fans of all ages and backgrounds. Relentlessly putting in the necessary time in the booth, Bril continuously improves and builds upon his craft. Now with three albums under his belt, it is without a doubt that his lyrical content, self-awareness, and sheer willingness to succceed will position The Real Bril as one of the next emerging artists to look out for in 2022!

With the opening line “Can I have your attention just for a minute / I want you to see me without the image,” Bril quickly catches listeners’ attention and shortly after gives a shout-out to his hometown. With a focus turned towards the future, he keeps the upbeat energy flowing as he thinks about what that could look like, with a queen by his side and songs that belong on albums. A spirited take on what it means to grind for the things you aspire for in life, the track serves as both an inspiration recount from Bril’s side as well as a message for his listeners.

You can listen to “Attention” and all of Easy Money below!

Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis, but always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!
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Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis, but always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!

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