Bishop The Overseer Returns 3 Years Later With “Runnin Back” | @bepc99 |

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    Runnin Back

    After almost a 3 year hiatus since his last album “The Story of Life My Life”, Bishop The Overseer returns with a new single “Runnin Back” –

    Intimate and laid back, the Contemporary R&B/Hip-Hop Surround Sound recording features smooth vocals and mesmerizing melodic instrumentation with a powerful commentary undertone of the present political climate.

    Produced by Tone Jonez, whose credits include everything from Grand Hustle artists to Disney and WGN, “Runnin Back” is the perfect re-introduction to the game for Billboard charting Bishop The Overseer. The lyrics are elegantly garnished, carefully crafted, and thoughtful, dealing as they do with the topics of emmigration in the pursuit of liberty and happiness, addiction and suicide.

    Although musically silent for a while, New Jersey-raised Bishop was simply expanding his entertainment repertoire. In fact, his hiatus from music was spent starring in big screen film productions like “Music & Lyrics”, “Enchanted”, “American Gangster”, “I Am Legend”, “Taking of Pelham 123” and “Salt” after making his acting debut on Dennis Leary’s “Rescue Me.”

    Stay tuned for news of the release of a remastered version of “Money Spot (Part 1)”, coming in August.

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