Rapper CEO Fields Introduces New Sub-Genre "Finance Rap"
Debut Single and Music Video "25/8" Available Now
Los Angeles, CA - July 16, 2019 — Rapper CEO Fields has experienced great financial highs and lows in his life, poverty and prosperity have both been a part of his journey. The artist has combined his financial prowess and love for music to create one exciting new sub-genre he’s dubbed Finance Rap. The exciting new sound is showcased in his debut single and music video "25/8."
Spending money is often the subject of rap songs, but CEO Fields puts a new spin on an old trope. His music empowers listeners by presenting financial literacy and investing wisely in an easy to understand way. CEO Fields borrows from his own story of moving to Los Angeles to pursue his musical dreams, becoming homeless and eventually pulling himself out of poverty by starting his first business and becoming a millionaire.
"25/8" is the debut single from CEO Fields. Slickly produced beats and harmonious melodies make the track an easy listen, but the lyrics make "25/8" truly memorable. CEO Fields raps about the benefits of entrepreneurial spirit and being your own boss as a path to financial freedom.
The music video for "25/8" features sweeping aerial shots of Malibu,CA, fast cars and living the good life. These images are especially poignant as the song’s lyrics hold the key for listeners to achieve these things for themselves. "If you want success then you gotta plan for it," says CEO Fields about his philosophy behind "25/8."
"25/8" features a performance from Xian Bell. Rated TG produced the track and Starksbxs was the videographer for the video. You can listen to "25/8" on all major music platforms including Spotify, iTunes and Tidal. Follow CEO Fields on Facebook and Instagram for information about upcoming releases.
About CEO Fields
CEO Fields is a rap artist currently based in Los Angeles, CA. He is a successful entrepreneur and investor, but has battled against homelessness and poverty to get there. In 2014 he started his first business, invested the profits and in 2017 became a millionaire. CEO Fields has always had a passion for music, and combined it with his financial knowledge to create a sub-genre called Finance Rap, which strives to entertain and educate listeners about the power of financial literacy and investing wisely. Follow CEO Fields on Facebook and Instagram.