Ryan Browne – Make It Out ft Karma
With fiery, rap-packed verses and swinging, anthemic synths, Ryan Browne and Karma boldly step into the spotlight on “Make It Out.”
The track, out now on Pantheon, showcases Karma’s raps over an old school hip-hop beat in the beginning.
“Basically I just took the scenes I see in Chicago and tried to portray them in a way to make everybody relate,” Karma says of his part in the track. “I wanted to convey the message that today’s society does need help, and were not going to get there without understanding what we’re doing wrong first.”
As the song progresses, Browne surprises with a dubstep-infused chorus that wows with impeccably produced wobbles and pounding bass.
“For me, the track is an amalgam of seemingly unsimilar influences that have landed together as one, which is exactly what I’d like to see humans do,” Browne says. “I see the song as a sort of call to action for everyone to come together amid our differences and realize we are all one and work together as such to heal our country and planet.”
“Make It Out” brilliantly melds the hip-hop and dubstep worlds for an exhilarating hybrid of a track.