Friday, March 27, 2015

Any Volunteers? now available on iTunes!

(SB's "Any Volunteers?" is available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio and more)
iTunes Link: Any Volunteers? - EP by Swiperboy

The anticipation for SB's 2015 debut EP "Any Volunteers?" is finally over. The project is now available worldwide on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio and more. This five track piece is produced by fellow member of Swiperboy's label, Swiperboy Entertainment (SBYZ), Neeko. SB and Neeko have been collaborating for months on finding the right sounds to fit the mini-album. "Neeko is a genius" SB explains. "His ear for music is incredible. With him being in Toronto, and me traveling all over the USA every other day for basketball, it was crucial for us to be efficient with our work. A lot of studio/skype sessions and emails. After we finished our first track 'VDL' I knew our chemistry would really show through the rest of the EP".

SB is ready to perform his new material for his fans in the near future
SB Babyy, known to many as Swiperboy, carved his niche as the basketball player/rapper back in 2010 when his Eric Berry for Heisman Music Video went viral. He then solidified his own lane when he was featured on ABC's "The Race to March Madness". Five years later, SB has evolved from what some viewed as simply a fun gimmick, to a complete and extremely versatile artist. After years of polishing his own independent record label "Swiperboy Entertainment", he has finally taken flight with a group of young artists and producers into the industry. He believes this project will show his growth as an artist, as well as provide inspiration for the next generation. "I want to show that you can chase and achieve whatever dreams, goals or aspirations that you put your mind to. It's no secret that I play pro basketball, and I have a lot of friends in that world (professional sports) who are riding with my movement. We have to set an example for our youth because they are the ones who are going to make revolutionary impacts on our world some day. 

"We have to set an example for our youth because they are the ones who are going to make revolutionary impacts on our world some day." - SB
SB also gives a lot of love and respect to his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, on "Any Volunteers?". Although all of the songs are not specifically for the Vols, SB frequently alludes to his his time spent in the state of Tennessee. 
SB graduated from the University of Tennessee in '12, having played three seasons for the Vols including an Elite Eight March Madness appearance

Stay tuned for more interviews, videos, and stories on Swiperboy and "Any Volunteers?" in the near future. For now, purchase you copy today!