A new perspective: City Fidelia’s “Hours After Midnight” [Audio] #SOTD
Ottawa, ON – It’s been quite some time since we’ve heard from City Fidelia. Yet as expected, the Ottawa-based artist is picking up right where he left off to provide fans and supporters with new material.
Since the release of Blind Spot late last year, City Fidelia has been carefully putting together his most contemporary material for Old New Fashion — a project he plans to release in 2014.
For more on City Fidelia’s new track, our Song of the Day, hit the jump.
“The title symbolizes the life-cycle in the manner of doing things,” said City. “Hence the term fashion.”
“In a sense, trends start off by being new before they are adopted, overly exploited and become old or outdated,” he continued. “They are later renewed to become fresh again.
In a time where everybody claims to be different, City Fidelia does not. The project puts emphasis on the idiom “there’s nothing new under the sun.”
He understands that every new ideology stems from an old one and coins himself as “an artist that uses an established platform such as rap music to communicate with people.”
His content and approach to the music might sound new but his purpose is not any different from those before his time.
In an exclusive collaboration with HipHopCanada, City Fidelia extends to his fans the first of many songs he has been hard at work with, “Hours After Midnight” — a layover until Old New Fashion drops in the first quarter of 2014.
Although it is not set to appear on the project, he reminds his fans to “watch out for the first single of the year.”
Written by ZackNoureddine for HipHopCanada.
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