Thursday, February 16, 2017

New single from Denver-based rapper Tain brings upbeat, positive vibe to hip-hop

DENVER, CO – Just in time for Valentine’s Day is a hip-hop/R&B fusion from Denver-based artist Tain called “Summer Fine” that combines both romantic elements and an upbeat, fun vibe that is sure to have the ladies clamoring for more.

“It’s a song about happiness and positivity,” Tain said of the single that dropped Feb. 14. “It feels good. It’s like a Bruno Mars song if Bruno Mars went hip-hop. A lot of songs today degrade women, and sometimes it’s good to bring women up and uplift them. It’s good to attract them and let them know they are special. There are a lot of good women out there and they don’t the credit they deserve. This song is one of those songs that give credit to more women and talks about how good it feels being with your woman and making them feel good. It’s just a positive song.”

Tain first came on the scene as a hip-hop artist in 2007. He grew up in Denver, Colorado before moving to Virginia and Iowa with a mother who worked as a traveling nurse. It was during his time in Virginia that he first began exploring his talents with music and wordplay. He joined a group called the Rich City Screw and performed in places all throughout Richmond.

“I remember the first show I did with them was at a restaurant and all the people there loved it,” he said. “After that I knew it was my calling. Shortly after that I did an underground song called ‘Pull Up to the Club.’ I knew the song was dope, but I didn’t realize how much people liked it until I did a small show with about 50-to-60 people and they all knew the words. From that moment on I knew this was something I’m supposed to do.”

To this day Tain continues to perform for crowds with high levels of energy and an upbeat attitude all designed to help people have fun. That energy translates to his music, and anyone who listens to “Summer Fine” will find themselves bouncing and smiling and ready for more. It’s a song that he said people could play at a cookout and put on repeat, or play in the car while cruising.

Like most of the music he creates, “Summer Fine” was drawn from experiences in his own life. He grew up in the struggle, and continues to do whatever it takes to make enough money to support his family. Toward that end, he continues to record his own music and collaborate with other artists, such as producer Tone Jonez – who created the beat for “Summer Fine” – and Miss. Bee, who is featured on the single.

Fans who want to sample some of Tain’s music can visit his Soundcloud page or check out some of his videos on YouTube. Fans can also find out more about him as an artist by visiting his website at, or following him on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. He’s also active on Snapchat under the handle @Iamtain.

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