Seattle artist Nick Weaver returns with the new single “Roll”, produced by NYC duo MEMBA. Written and performed by Weaver, the song is an anthem for maintaining honesty with yourself and keeping your mind in check. “Roll” serves as the official third single off of Nick’s upcoming EP Photographs Of Other People, dropping this summer. Following up previous singles “Decline”, and “Soundbyte,” Nick continues to show his attention to detail on everything from songwriting and production to the artwork and roll out, making his new EP a must listen for the second half of 2017.
If you’re in the Northwest catch Nick Weaver playing one of Seattle’s biggest festivals, The Capitol Hill Block Party on July 21 with Diplo, Run The Jewels and many more.
Nick Weaver – Roll (Produced by MEMBA)
Decline (Prod by Sendai Mike)
Soundbyte (Prod by Nick Weaver)
Nick Weaver is a Seattle-based hip-hop artist, performer, and producer. He started in his early teen years, making mixtapes in the northwest while being raised on everything from Tchaikovsky to The Cure. As he grows and evolves as an artist, his interest in all types of music continues to guide his vision. When asked about his influences, Weaver cites long time favorite acts such as LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Helios, and Mogwai, as well as hip hop legends like Nas, Royce Da 5’9″, Mobb Deep, and Eminem. Seeing the word “genre” as just a self-imposed boundary, Weaver treats each project as a way to further evolve his own art, one inspiration at a time.