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Rising Star ARSN Reveals Infectious Debut EP Mulholland Drive



ARSN, the burgeoning hip-hop sensation hailing from California, has officially unveiled his highly anticipated debut EP, Mulholland Drive. This release marks a significant milestone in the artist's career, showcasing his blend of West Coast R&B and hip-hop influences.

 

Born Adrian Pina, ARSN's journey from Loma Linda to the bright lights of Los Angeles has been nothing short of remarkable. Under the mentorship of Teyana Taylor's personal engineer, Mike Adrian Snell, ARSN honed his craft and cultivated his own distinct style. With influences ranging from Kanye West to Nipsey Hussle, ARSN's music reflects a deep appreciation for the rich tapestry of hip-hop culture.

 

Mulholland Drive is a sonic exploration of ARSN's experiences living in the iconic Mulholland Estates, around the corner from Big Sean and three houses down from Kendall Jenner. The EP offers listeners a glimpse into the extravagant lifestyle of the Hollywood hills, set against the backdrop of lush melodies and infectious beats. Leading the charge is the electrifying track "Way Too High", a pulsating anthem that encapsulates the EP's theme of opulence. With its slick production and catchy hook, "Way Too High" is destined to become a fan favourite.

 

Speaking about the inspiration behind the EP, ARSN explains, “Mulholland Drive was inspired by real-life events when I was living in Mulholland Estates. Basically, it’s a fast-forward insight on what my life will sound and feel like when ‘I’m on’. I like to think of the project as a night-time drive in the back of a Rolls-Royce. Just an upper-echelon vibe of the music that I made prior to this project.”

 

Having already made waves with his previous releases, including the hit track "Exotic" featuring Bino Rideaux, ARSN is poised for even greater success with the release of Mulholland Drive. With his raw talent and undeniable charisma, ARSN is set to leave a lasting mark on the hip-hop landscape. Mulholland Drive is available to buy/stream now on all platforms.



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