Miah Travis skates through NY in new visual Fidelity.

Fidelity is the kind of upbeat release you just find yourself bouncing to. The Canis Major production blends well with Miah’s fiery cadences, and the saxophone is only icing on the cake. The Out Of Sight visual finds the 21-year-old Empire artist hanging off of basketball hoops and city buildings in the snow-filled streets of Brooklyn, Harlem, and Times Square. The track itself is a rather free flowing body of work, of which captures Miah’s fun side as an artist, as he keys on his desires for wealthy living and the perks that come along with it.

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Miah’s been very quiet for the past year, only having released the artsy visual to Mona Lisa and a freestyle over Eric B and Rakim’s Paid In Full. Over the months, the multi-purposed creative has found himself assisting in film via Out Of Sight, including on sets for Nevelle Viracocha’s Wanted. Pt. 2 and Multiply. To top it all off, the WakeUpStar-artist recently inked distribution via Empire, releasing a flip to Erykah Badu’s Fall In Lover (off of her New Amerykah 2 album back in 2010) called The Lover’s Revenge; smooth vibrant and free-flowing promising body of work. Maybe Miah’s rise from hiatus is more so hinting towards a soon becoming of Miah’s debut release. Keep an eye over the next few months.