Rowdy continues his association with Asaf Fulks (Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, Tyga), who produced the new single that features the trademark combination of country melodies and hip-hop bass lines that fans have come to expect.
"I could write a million love songs to my wife and still never scratch the surface of how amazing she truly is,” says Rowdy. "It’s naturally hard for a man to explain in words how he feels about his wife. ‘How You Shine’ is my feeble attempt.”
Formed in 2008, Whosoever South released three underground albums before making their worldwide debut in 2013 with the album, "Goin' Home.” Whosoever South was Christian Music’s biggest surprise that year, and their genre-bending blend of country and hip-hop quickly caught the attention of many industry insiders. The group embarked on a North American media tour and UP TV even masterminded an exclusive music video pairing Whosoever South’s single, “All the Time,” with footage from the network’s hit original series, "Bulloch Family Ranch.” Their follow-up album, “Come On On,” dropped in late 2014, packed with traditional hip-hop and a backwoods flare, mixing inner city styles with banjo, harmonica and dobro – all centered around a clear Gospel message.
For more information, visit the official website at www.whosoeversouth.com.
Source: Nashville Publicity Group