Lane Shuler has today released his new single titled ‘Mathematics’ featuring Good Guy Collective MC Michael Deon.

That classic feeling of ‘Yo! MTV RAPS’ and modern underground with a solid beat and f*ck you I’m me attitude, we get a future classic/retro-modern sound with the type of originality that only comes from artists who give a shit.

Now, go to Best Buy, get a vintage looking bass thumping boombox, and listen to this song as it was meant to be listened.

About Lane Shuler & ‘Mathematics’

Following an epic few months including collaborations with Rob Sonic, DJ Sol Messiah, and extensive media attention for his critically acclaimed previous release ‘Jehovah’, Hiphop artist Lane Shuler is returning once again.

Alongside playing major festivals such as Big Ears Music Festival with Billy Woods and Tank and The Bangas, as well as NACA Spokane, he’s also been hard at work finalising upcoming releases at The Hideaway in Minneapolis alongside legendary producer Joe Mabbott.

Now, Lane is kicking off his latest phase of releases with the song Mathematics, featuring Good Guy Collective MC Michael Deon. The song is a nod to classic boom bap style, a departure from Shuler’s more progressive sound of his previous records, and features a driving sample from Johnny Mathis’s 1957 song “It’s Not For Me To Say”.

Lane Shuler is a seasoned spoken word poet; an up and coming rap artist in search of his next fan base. Hailing from Knoxville, Tennessee, Shuler has pushed his penmanship into a realm of honesty most writers are timid to go. Honed his rhyme saying skillls to an elite level and has been deemed worthy of sharing stages with the likes of Dead Prez, Shabazz Palaces, Aesop Rock and more!

In 2020 he was selected as a headliner at the NACA (National Association Of Campus Activities) National Convention alongside some of the biggest rising names in entertainment. He’s been seen on Oxygen Network, HLN, TVOne, and his music has been played on TikTok over 4,000,000 times.