After years of being one of the most in-demand keyboardist on the Bay Area music scene, pianist/keyboardist/composer Kev Choice drops his first full length instrumental project, “88 Steps To Eternity”. On full display throughout the stellar musical journey are Choice’s keyboard and composition chops, having written and arranged all 12 songs on the album. Songs vary in style from a time shifting synth laden sounds of angst “Dance Of The Displaced” to mellow vibed out track’s “Love Trap” and “Spirals, which sounds like the rhythmic and melodic interpretation of today’s Hip-Hop and Trap music. “I wanted to pay homage to the sounds of the past, while exploring and taking inspiration from the music of today.” Says Choice. Song’s like “Rock Wit Me Still” take it back on an 80’s vibe and even feature Choice on keytar. “The 88 reflects the number of keys on a piano, and to Eternity just represent the goal of making timeless music. Inspired by groups like Return to Forever, Herbie Hancock, all the way to current producers like Metro Boomin, Terrace Martin, and others. I’m just trying to bridge the gap and keeping building the bridge towards the future.” The project features Kev Choice Ensemble members who are some of the most in demand musicians on the Bay Area scene.