Groove to the melodic and upbeat lyrical and rhythmic flow of artist Flyyant’s soundscape comprising of some of the most defining elements of contemporary hip hop.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Vacaville, Dec 28, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The musical notoriety of hip hop and rap has now reached its contemporary stage with many new artists practicing their individual deconstructions of music and creative skills. Taking production to a whole new level is the upcoming artist Flyyant. His soundscape is a creative sundry of various hip hop elements that are put together into a captivating course of musical spontaneity. His song, ‘Chip$‘ from his new album, Underneath the Surface, is creating a substantial buzz across the audience. His production skills are beautifully arranged in a progression that captivates the audience’s attention in an instant.
The other song, ‘U Can Count on Me‘ is yet another textured musical module from the same album. His interpretations of hip hop consist of melodic, upbeat, lyrical, and catchy components that put together a soundscape of modern-day essence. With hip hop, the artist has the capability to go very far in his creative space. The artist delivers his vocals to the songs from the album that further allows him to expand his creative skills. Hailing from North Carolina, he has creates a platform for himself that is sure to reach the highest space of accomplishment.
Artist Flyyant is moving forward with the vision to create a space where he can reach out to the global crowd. His approach towards hip hop is melodic and rhythmically charged that forms the basis for the kind of music that can be enjoyed by uplifting one’s mood. His other songs like ‘New Time Zones’, ‘Spirit Calling! Let It Speak’, Ball Don’t Lie’ and ‘No Biggie’ are also important songs in his career. To know more about his work, follow him on Spotify, YouTube, and Instagram right away.
Just go for this tracks ‘Chip$’ & ‘U Can Count on Me’ by Flyyant :
‘U Can Count on Me’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/76PQI7slD4zMjIEjtuYjQe
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