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by / Monday, 26 May 2014 / Published in REBEL NEWS

Jeff McCool, better known in the music industry as Brahma Bull, will release his highly anticipated solo album Through My Eyes in 2014. Inspired greatly by the Beastie Boys, Kid Rock, Eminem, Wu Tang, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Creedence Clearwater Revival, Through My Eyes features 14 songs, with the potential for bonus tracks to be added. McCool says, “With all I’ve done in my musical history, all the artists I worked with and the bands I’ve been in, I am most proud of this record. It’s a reflection of who I am as an individual.”

McCool formed the group Dubblewide with his friends R.P. Stevens and Bottleneck. Dubblewide became an overnight sensation and their single “Hick Life”would be seen and heard by hundreds of thousands of people. Soon Nashville started calling. Jeff knew that frequent trips to Nashville would soon mean a move to Tennessee. Bottleneck couldn’t make the move and a short time later Dubblewide split. After the success of the single“Hick Life”, Jeff teamed up with Big Smo and CB3 to create the power group Kinfoke. Writing the majority of the Kinfoke album and seeing a lot of success from it’s sales was satisfying, however it wasn’t long before internal strife drove the group apart. Kinfoke had a bitter break up which saw Big Smo going his separate way.

It’s been said lightening doesn’t strike twice and that three times is impossible. Jeff beat the odds because shortly after Kinfoke broke up, together with CB3, he formed the genre’s most popular band to date, Moccasin Creek – making Jeff the founder and leader of three of music’s most successful bands. Moccasin Creek has enjoyed over 7 million video views, sold 10’s of thousands of records, and entertained many more thousands of people each year.

Daphne Mitchell, owner of Creek Ent says, “I had known that Jeff was interested in doing a solo album, it was just a matter of timing. When Jeff approached me saying he was ready, it meant he was. I couldn’t be more proud by how the album turned out. Jeff really is the leader of the pack. It’s a deeply personal album that really separates Jeff as an artist. I’m really excited to let the public hear it.”

Introducing the solo career of Brahma Bull to the masses will be the lead single “Leader of the Pack”, a hard charging, heavy beat, rap song which chronicles what separates The Bull from the rest of the crowd: “they said it couldn’t be done man that makes me laugh, you can’t mix country, metal, southern rock, and rap – they were right, you can’t, I can, I will, you tried, you failed, I win, for real”. “Leader of the Pack” will be released May 30, 2014.

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