Pledge Your Support for Your Local Music Scene

We, ThaWilsonBlock, are seeking supporters who want to help build and establish a foundation for the local music scene through a campaign we call #Pledge7

We are asking supporters to contribute $7/mo, or 25 cents a day, toward an artist development center that will help prepare local, untapped talent for their unconventional career path in the arts.

Our vision for an artist development center include:
-Artist Co-Op
-Studio Facilities
-Business Arts related programs & workshops
-Seminars and keynote speeches
-Membership access
-and so much more...

If you'd like to learn more about this campaign before making a pledge, feel free to contact Mistah Wilson directly at (626)817-6978

Our Latest Issue

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ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue118

Artille – “I Just Wanna Be Sober” (Review)

Sharing his pain through the music, Tampa Bay based rapper Artille achieved awareness discussing his vices on his latest project, Highs & Lows. Artille campaign the project’s lead single, titled, “I Just Wanna Be Sober”. Seeking redemption, the new artist preaches forgiveness.

“I Just Wanna Be Sober” is a calm song and dance number with positive vibes, rejouiceful confidence and humble motives. Artille indulges in his past mistakes and struggeles with addicition. Easy to relate, the new artist follows a hit-making blueprint used by the stars to propelle himself to worldwide recognition.

Stream “I Just Wanna Be Sober” by Artille below on Spotify.

Cliche songwriting, Artille plays it safe with tongue-and-cheek blends of familiar keywords and radio-friendly structure. Comfortable, Artille should have displayed his idenity and executed big risk for even bigger rewards. His palor tricks reflect a gimmick, simply adding an ingrident of personality and Artille’s lyricism would be adored for its originalty.

The song’s production is satisfactory but complacent due to the poor clarity. Exhibiting traits of whining, for some, the song will come off as desperate with the production’s novice construction. Lacking depth, the production’s use of radio-friendly bass is clickbait delivery.

In the end, the “I Just Wanna Be Sober” is a farcry from being completed; however, it’s promising effort is valianat and respected. Artille tells a carbon copy story of love but glimpses of his star power surfaces throughout the track and leaves fans wanting to discover more before they make their final decision.

Ratings: 7/10

Highlights: Lyricism



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