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Lean Brim captures listeners with his latest EP CEDRIC.

A coming of age tale that chronicles his journey in the music industry, from his days hustling in front of the famed Apollo Theater to relocating to the West Coast and working with the likes of Chris Brown, Kehlani, and Tory Lanez; his evolution as an artist is evident.

Effortlessly blending genres to create his own unique sound resulting in an auditory trifecta of Trap, R&B, and Pop, Brim has honed in on his skills as a songwriter on CEDRIC. Lead by singles “Back In My Bag,” a fan favorite; and “Ms Parker” showcases his ability to channel East Coast lyricism and West Coast vibes.

Witness Lean Brim’s musical evolution by taking a listen to “Back In My Bag,” “Ms. Parker,” and “Bread N Mayo below. Brim’s CEDRIC is available for download and streaming via Tidal and Apple Music.

Twitter: @LeanBrim


Lean Brim was born and raised in the streets of Harlem, NY. Surrounded by gangs and quick money, Lean quickly learned the art of the game and rose up in street ranks. After several stints in and out of jail from 14 to 18 and the birth of his son, he began to think about how to take his masterful abilities as a hustler and using it to sell his number one product-himself. It was while hustling on 125th in front of the famed Apollo theatre; he honed his skills as a clever lyricist who wowed the endless crowds with his wit, delivery, and swag. He gathered the attention of Sony Music Group who recognized his talents as a songwriter and employed him to write for 5 different genres, something Lean Brim credits to his ever-changing style and “33 flows”.

From gigs with Fat Joe & the Terror Squad, Chris Brown, Kehlani, Tory Lanez, Mos Def; collabs with The Weekend, Soulja Boy, the Cool Kids and a host of ghostwriting opportunities for top rap, pop, country, rock and, R&B artists—Lean Brim is steadily staking his spot in the music industry as a multi-faceted force to be reckoned with.

“Back In My Bag”

“Ms. Parker”

“Bread N Mayo”

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