A young artist with a timeless sound, Tullis is Arizona’s most exciting rising musician. A phenom on the stage and an innovator in the studio, he combines poetic introspection and stark social observation with infectious beats to create a sound that is both honest and familiar.
As his first visual release of the year, Tullis unveils the three-minute clip for “Matinee.” Produced by frequent collaborators Roddy and Ralston, the cut finds him rapping about industry and relationship trope amongst other things. “Mantinee” arrives months removed from “Asylum” featuring Saiah.
“I told my moms that when I’m gone my pockets bigger now / Walking slowly through the snow with my head down,” he raps. Towards the end of the Tori-shot video, the Arizona native seemingly teases another effort for February. Watch below.
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