Snoop Dogg's Artist October London Shares His Pain On "Driving Me To Drink"
Rising star October London has a soulful voice that is recognizable to longtime viewers of Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party (he sings the theme song). Signed to Snoop Dogg‘s Cadillacc Music label, the West Coast don presents October London as he debuts his newest single, “Driving Me To Drink,” which you can listen to below.
Produced by London, “Driving Me To Drink” marks the first single from his upcoming EP release, Colorblind: Hate & Happiness, which is out next week on April 7th. Over a lush production of electric guitars and crisp keys, “Driving Me To Drink” is a confessional tale about the singer’s past pain and heartache that shows off his silky vocals.
As October London continues to build his rep in the game (he performed songs + premiered a short film during Oscar weekend) – this South Bend, Indiana native is totally worth keeping an eye on. In fact, since the project is executive produced by the Doggfather, you should mark your calendar for its release and the short film, which stars October London, Snoop Dogg and Mike Epps.
Listen to “Driving Me To Drink” below, peep the Colorblind track list and pre-order your copy here.
1. One Shot to Love
2. Top Down (feat. Snoop Dogg)
4. Driving Me to Drink
5. Somebody’s Gettin My Love
6. Where’s the Justice
7. So High
8. Sail Away