637Godwin is a name that needs to be jumped on sooner rather than later. Subsequent to a co-sign by fellow budding artist theHxliday and a feature with Sad Frosty, Godwin has been capitalizing on this newfound notoriety by pushing his exceptional solo work, which showcases his considerable growth since dropping EPs Always & Forever and Off Base this past year. 

With his most notable songs such as “Chasin” and “Don’t Need It” sitting around 200k plays whilst rising in streams every day, it is evident that Godwin’s music seems to galvanizing ears across the Soundcloud scene with the inevitable result being the formation of a cult following. 

Employing production from rising figures such as Saba Lagranzah, Necoupnext, and fraud1k, Godwin has proven his ability to find the potential within obscure producers and cultivate a sound that resonates with his melodic aesthetic. Furthermore, while critics might write off Godwin’s vocals and beat selection as a replica from the late phenomenon Juice Wrld – exemplified by his track “When I Get Called a Juice Wrld Clone” –  keen listeners can notice the unique cadences and flows he utilizes that builds off the inspiration he gained from the Chicago legend. 

This concept is exemplified in Godwin’s latest track “For The Vibe” — an offering that sees him expanding on his versatile capabilities through creating a ballad on R&B/dancehall-esque production supplied by the aforementioned Saba Lagranzah. 

The hard-hitting 808’s complement the euphoric vocal samples and synths that ultimately provide the perfect canvas for Godwin to detail his love for the finer things in life. As Godwin proceeds to release more music showcasing his adaptability, his profile will inevitably grow as he demonstrates to the world why he is a force to be reckoned with.