Mark Steele Shares Official Video For Introspective Single 'Big Dreams' via The STASHED

North Carolina emcee Mark Steele has undoubtedly scored big in his young rising career thus far: a song featured on ESPN’s 'First Take',another on Sports Center, big looks from press, and collaborations with some of hip hop's biggest names. But even with a few numbers on the board, Steele's journey is far from over. His forthcoming album Almost Time is a story of "being so close, yet not quite there yet." The introspective single "Big Dreams" drives that point home, and takes listeners on a journey through the hardships, failures, and life-changing moments in the past few years of his career.

If I told you how important it was to dream big it would feel forced. Dreaming beyond my reach isn’t something that I have to force, it’s literally who I am. Ask anybody that knows me, from any time period of my life and they’ll probably tell you ‘he was like that when I met him.’ I just naturally have the passion for this and I want to be great, I want to inspire others to do the same.
— Marke Steele

"Big Dreams" is the second single from Steele's forthcoming album Almost Time, slated for release October 28 and featuring guest appearances from Raheem Devaughn and Rapper Big Pooh.

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Formerly of the North Carolina rap duo Mic&Rep, Mark Steele  imbues a gritty, fervid sound that has been long lost since the late '90s, early 2000's. Bred into the culture since the tender age of 15, he has already collaborated with some of hip hop's top names, including his mentor and former college professor 9th WonderRapsody, and YMCMB artist Cory Gunz

Steele's debut album Sumthin For The Wait (2014) boasted his hit "Not Like Yall," which was featured on ESPN's morning debate show "First Take" and played throughout the month of March 2014 in celebration of  March Madness. 

Now, fresh off the ESPN placement of his song "Greatness" (from Steel's History Repeats EP) for Sports Center, Steele is set to release his most important project of his rising young career thus far.

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