Skrip reveals ‘Show and Tell’ EP cover, tracklisting and release date

The Windy City’s own Skrip released his last full length project Renegades Never Die, earlier this year, and it was well received.

Renegades Never Die featured quite a few artists, but on this new EP entitled Show and Tell, Skrip is handling all of the production, songwriting and decided to not have any guest spots.

1. Castles In The Sky
2. Better Part Of Me
3. Trendsetter
4. Underscore 3
5. Tired Of Dreaming
6. On & On
7. Break It Down

“I remember show and tell being my favorite part about school,” Skrip said, “finding something that means a lot to you and then telling the class what it was and what it meant to you. Show and Tell is a musical showcase wrapped into one seven-song project. It’s a mixture of love and war, with songs from the rough and rugged truth (“Underscore 3”) to feeling butterflies at the burger joint after school (“On & On”).

“I wanted to create this project to give the world a little more insight into me as an artist, producer, songwriter and mixing engineer with a fresh variety of sounds and topics that bring about a different series of emotions based on the listener’s mood. I believe If you have something to show the world, then you’ve got to tell the world.”

Show and Tell releases on Dec. 11 and is available for pre-order on iTunes now.

Follow @SkripMusic on Twitter.

Chad Horton

Written by Chad Horton

Chad Horton has been in the music business since 2000 with a focus on digital distribution, streaming, playlisting, and social media marketing. Chad is currently a Partnership Producer at working with clients such as Blizzard Entertainment, Google Pixel, and more. Chad also owns and operates Originally from Northern California, Chad became a San Diego resident in 2004 where he currently resides with his wife and children.

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