Born in Lima, Peru, the now Auburn, Alabama-based Singer-Songwriter known only as, Brown Kid (a.k.a., Eduardo), has found recent success with his music—which has been likened to a crossing of Jack Johnson and Sublime—with which he has already raised money for such causes as Relay For Life and The March Of Dimes.
His debut EP, Rusty Strings, is receiving airtime on local and national radio, has also been nominated in Toronto’s Independent Music Awards, and contains a track which won Radio Airplay’s Summer Song Contest this past Summer.
True to the Jack Johnson and Sublime comparisons, the EP’s final track, Complacency, is a lovely and lazy acoustic number, layered with ambient, island harmonies and a chilled-out Caribbean vibe. A quick number at barely two minutes long, it’s perfect for your summertime weekend wind-down playlist…
“Nothing wrong with wanting more from life
Working hard and putting yourself in binds
Happiness exists in all kinds
Some people want way much more than that
Jack Johnson meets Sublime, with a twist of Bobby McFerrin…
BELOW: Listen to Brown Kid’s single, Complacency, and connect with his website and social media platforms. Please support Brown Kid by visiting him online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing his music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!