While New Orleans is best known for its historic Hip Hop, but aside from Lloyd, there has always been a prestigious lying dormant in the bayou. That is until now thanks to the undeniable phenomenon singer/songwriter Christian Radke. Catching a lot of attention surrounding his recent single, “Extra Luv”, Radke returns with a touching theatrical heartbreaker for new double-single, “Wish You The Best/Temporary Forever”.
Directed by 2k Films, the two-part story produced by Street Empire stars Chrisitan, a superstar musician, remembering the love lost due to his pursuit of superstardom. Throughout the video, the singer and love interest reflect on the two having to different ideas for their relationship and eventually comes to a toxic end. Like most, Christian Radke displays the PTSD that comes with a devastating breakup, even when your dreams come true. Revealing, the question, was/is it worth the cost?
Since the video’s release, fans have backed the rising star’s hit factor with adored comments like Cassandra Opperman, who wrote, ‘You are my new obsession musically.’ Another devoted fan, Timothy Cordelle says, ‘I don’t think he can make a bad song.’
“Wish You The Best” and “Temporary Forever” is off of Christian’s 2018 project, titled, Mutual Feelings. A 9-track project filled with seductive harmonies and smooth ballads, and bonafide hits like, “Can I”, “Numb”, and “Who U Luvin”.
The rest of 2019, Radke promises more new music for fiending fans to quickly follow “Wish You The Best/Temporary Forever”. Radke recently released a 7-track EP, properly-titled, After Party back in March. The EP includes breakout tracks, “Benihana”, “From Above”, and “Gave My All”.
Christian Radke’s latest album, Mutual Feelings is available now via Honeycomb Productions.
Watch “Wish You The Best/Temporary Forever” by Christian Radke below.
Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.