They say the world is filled with evil. Well, when making the judgment, they must have left Massachusetts
rapper, B.T., out of the equation. Born Bryanne Toney, this Dorchester artist is on a breath-taking,
philanthropic mission. In tandem with the upcoming, February drop of his spirited EP, “Better Days”, B.T.
pledges to donate half of his record sales to The Base, a sports education organization. Alongside being
an incredibly noble gesture, it is a grandiose opportunity for The Base, because this album is prone to
push some units. How can it fail when the music is as loving and thoughtful as the mission behind it?
Within all four tracks, riding warm, empyrean instrumentals, are powerfully jolting rhymes. From the
melodic, trap-rap aesthetic of “Problem”, to the Golden Era, boom-bap nature of the other three records
(“For You I Will”, “They Look Up To Me”, and “Better Days”), B.T. never surrenders a moment. Every
breath taken in that booth is devoted to an inspirational bar, motivational metaphor, and overall positive
message to his following. With each track he reinforces the notion that there are still good souls walking
our earth. Yes, we are in a rough spot. However, this fascinating music, and even further captivating act
of charity, prove that so long as individuals like B.T. are around, the world will see “Better Days”.