Brian Malone, better known as recording artist West Fame, is an up-and-coming South Central L.A. act catching a spark with his new single, “Full Speed”. The immediate follow up to his Kali Red-featured, “Get Out Mines” (December 2018), “Full Speed” is a braggadocious new effort from the newcomer convincing fans his style is way ahead of the game and competition.
CLEVIESontheBEAT behind the boards, West Fame enlists popular Compton recording artist AD (“Juice”) and the two hit the gas full throttle with slick rhymes and a lot of street attitude. Quickly becoming a street anthem, “Full Speed” ahead is on the verge of making huge noise on the West Coast’s influential Hip-Hop scene.
West Fame’s backstory. Began making music at 16, now 26, after a friend took him to a producer after hearing him play around with words. The West Coast representer credits Snoop Dogg as his influence to honing his sound that speaks a message of social injustice, police brutality, and motivating change in the community. In the last year, West Fame’s popularity began to arise with the release of buzzworthy single.
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“Full Speed” is available now via 1017363 Records DK.
Stream “Full Speed” by West Fame & AD below, courtesy Spotify