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In Review: My 5 Favorite BLOW FLYY Songs

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In Review: My 5 Favorite BLOW FLYY Songs
Canadian Hip-Hop artist, BLOW FLYY has had a unique passion for music since he was a teenager. As the years passed by, he developed a creative talent, allowing him to release singles, albums and also music videos. Influenced by different styles, such as Rap, R&B, and Pop, he is known in the blogosphere for his originality, and the music speaks for itself!

Well, while I was exploring Spotify, I got amazed with some songs on his 2015 album, ‘Born To Dream’. Indeed, life won’t be life without pursuing dreams, and that’s why I liked the whole concept of this record, in which, each track talks about personal goals and illusions. On the other hand, another favorite of mine is a track he released last year, called “Applause”. Get more details below, and read my track-by-track review.

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Here are my 5 favorite BLOW FLYY songs

1 – My Dreams This track starts with a short speech/monolog about dreams. Then addictive beats will take over your body and make you want to sing the line “I’m just chasing my dreams”… right to the end. It’s fun, smooth and you’ll have an entertaining time as well. Keep playing this song on repeat, it’s great!

2 – Paparazzi No this is not a Lady Gaga cover, this is a real Hip-Hop song. The tone and the lyrics portray attitude and seem the rapper is totally unafraid to paparazzi. I also liked the camera’s ‘click-clack’ sound effects, it’s a pretty unique tune on the subject of paparazzi.

3 – For The Love It’s pleasant to listen to rappers who express their verses clearly. This is the case with BLOW FLYY, an artist whose messages and rap vocals are always easy to understand. In “For The Love”, I think he adds something like a female sigh sample. You might call this an experimental or alternative Hip-Hop song, and nowadays it’s totally acceptable to use samples with the purpose of creating innovative music.

4 – Road Warrior I love its title, but what’s even better is the entire rhythm!  If you are devoted to synths you might find this song interesting. A background with catchy claps goes well with the fast rhyming words and the emotive lyrics. Good stuff.

5 – Applause Finally, this is a song that is not part of the ‘Born To Dream’, album, but I had to add it to this list. Released in 2016, “Applause” – the remix version shows something completely different. This is the attempt of BLOW FLYY to enter to the electronic music world, and I think he has just made an incredibly good job with the whole beats and the rap vocals. In my opinion, similar club bangers like “Applause” must be considered on his upcoming albums.

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Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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Rappers Acid And Lamond Deliver Mind-Blowing Rhymes On “Splash”

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Meet Acid and Lamond, two American rappers based in Michigan whose verbal energy is 100% impressive. One clear example of their artistic quality is their recent single “Splash. In addition, their mind-blowing rhymes will make you bob your head. Without question, these guys are part of the new generation of urban artists that represent Rap’s future.

“Splash” is an inventive production that will be featured on Acid’s upcoming  ‘Admiration’ EP. I can assure you the flow goes along with the perfect pace. Conventional songs under the urban genre usually revolve around materialism or wealth. Nevertheless, here the lyrics are focused on the connection between power, fame, and women in the music industry. This song describes a situation that occurs frequently, so to say otherwise would be to lie. Apart from the clever wordplay, you can also enjoy adrenaline-pumping bars and fresh beats. Just keep your eyes peeled for new music above.

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Get Into Emo Rap With A Listen To “Peace (Sever, Pt.2)” By Bleary

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It’s fascinating to see in Portland heavyweight talents like Bleary. The up-and-coming artist is a champion in Emo Rap. In addition, if you’re into songs with a distinct or alternative style, “Peace (Sever Pt. 2)” meets this criterion. The new track is the second in a three-part series, where he explores the feelings that arise after a breakup.

Certainly, moving forward when a relationship ends must be difficult. What’s more, Bleary manages to capture the sense of outrage and confusion while opening his heart with sincere emotions in his lyrics. Probably inspired by Lil Peep, there’s a short acoustic intro which leads to a sound that transports you back to the 2000s. This song features a fresh blend of Hip-Hop and Indie Rock elements deriving from a new face that is sure to give a lot to talk about in 2021.

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S.D0t Supports Black Lives Matter With Music Video For “Angels Crying”

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S.D0t
unleashes his own Black Lives Matter music video for the recent single “Angels Crying.This year the social movement inspired artists to write protest songs to raise their voices against police and racial violence in America. The emerging New Orleans-based talent has been making a name for himself thanks to his fast rapping and tongue-twisting style. Known for his last single “Macho Man”, S.D0T often delivers verses about love and life. Indeed, he opts for lyrical realism in favor of experimental storytelling. Watch the new visuals down here.

Beyond everything, “Angels Crying” is featured on S.D0t’s 10-track album, ‘Woke,’ which was released last month. Surely, his musical heroes such as Lil Wayne, DMX, Biggie, and Nipsey Hussle have a profound influence on this material. Most important, the whole clip will grasp your attention as it serves as a tribute to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, all of them, victims of police brutality. It’s important to realize, “Angels Crying”feels like an energetic anthem yearning for justice. Not to mention, he is actually struggling for equality through rhymes, bars, and melodies.

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