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Let’s Nod Head With Blazzphemy’s Self-Reflective Rap Song “See Me”

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Start nodding your head immediately thanks to Blazzphemy‘s self-reflective song, “See Me. The indie rapper dives deep into his painful memories of the past like never before. After listening to this jam, you’ll understand that dealing with anti-gang units while growing up in LA is a terrible ordeal.

Of course, music is part of the healing process for many artists. And being able to open up emotionally through the art of rhyming is worthy of admiration. This is especially so when the reflective approach of “See Me” comes packed with a convincing flow.

Trust me, Blazzphemy will impress you as soon as you hear the first note. Give it a try here.

Another component you’ll relish about “See Me” is his flawless vocal delivery.

What drives him to produce such meaningful compositions is the one and only 2Pac and the Rap era of the 90s. His volatile style is not confined solely to the urban genre. Paradoxically, Blazzphemy is also keen on Alt-Rock and bands like Linkin Park.

Beginning his career at the age of 16, he learned to spit bars in two languages, English and Spanish. Currently, he is working hard on his next project titled ‘Just One Look.’ Keep an eye on the links below for further updates.

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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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