Daydreams manifested into reality – chasing the road to glory became a morning routine. All the thoughts locked inside U4EA’s mental vault have finally been opened. With inspirations from rappers and bands such as Trippie Redd, My Chemical Romance, and the lost legend, Juice WRLD. A tape painted with blood, sweat and tears for the public ears; nostalgic melodies conjured from the mind of a new-wave artist. Indulge in BiG U4EA’s “Daydreamer” album via Spotify.
As a child, George Buro, better known by his fans as “BiG U4EA” was yelled at by his mother for downloading Soulja Boy’s Crank That through a file sharing service that left their house computer with multiple viruses. Twelve years later, he cranked out his debut tape “Daydreamer” which left thousands wondering: “What exactly is going on in his conscious?”. Throughout high school, he spent countless hours working in the basement; separating himself from the self proclaimed in-crowd in order to blend southern 808’s and 80’s freestyle synths eventually engineering his own sound. Driven by the need to be heard in Chicago’s silent lake side suburb, Skokie, he stepped out of the shadows of producing and in front of the microphone – broadcasting a brand new sound wave.