Up and coming Charlotte rapper Bryson Williams just caught our ears with his new single, "Ignxrance." The laidback record deals with the struggles of early adulthood and the anxieties that come with the transition from a young teenager to facing real-life issues such as paying rent, saving money, and keeping the creative fire burning. Over a solemn, jazz-infused production, Williams gives a nuanced look at his life in a snapshot and how he copes with the struggles every day. His performance style is engaging as his descriptive lyrics paint the picture of the life of the last of the '90s babies trying to find their footing in the ever-changing world.
Bryson Williams started rapping at the age of 14 but didn't actually start recording until he was 18. He released his first two EPs in 2019 and two mixtapes in 2021. He is also a member of a musical collective called Vaunte Garde.