The changing landscape of music can be best seen in the realm of hip hop. Hundreds of rappers of all races are now putting out hip hop tracks and enjoying a fan base of tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of people.
San Francisco's Pmac is just one of these rappers to have broken out in a big way this year thanks to his hit song "One" and his mixtape First Impression. His music video for "One" has impressively garnered over 300,000 views, mostly due to a catchy hook that samples Three Dog Night's song of the same name and a perfectly executed video. The song describes his own journey to be number one from people doubting him to now asking him favors.
The song ends with him entering a curtain to a stage of what is meant to be perceived as a packed show. Will that happen? Will Pmac be number one? One thing is for certain, "One" is a great start, and we have seen multiple examples of artists (Chiddy Bang, Hoodie Allen) using a catchy sample in their song for their break-out hit.
If you like what you hear, you can download Pmac's First Impression mixtape for free here.