Thriving hip hop artist Q Sav transforms his deepest emotions and thoughts into rich lyrical ballads in his newly released mixtape, ‘Precious Overflow’.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Queensbury, New York Jul 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The genre of hip hop is the embodiment of an artist’s true creativity and raw emotions. The young and aspiring rapper, Q Sav is all about creating genuine hip hop compositions rich in hard-hitting beats and thought-provoking lyrics. He has dished out a brand-new album, ‘Precious Overflow’ featuring 12 extraordinary groove hip hop bangers. The album opens with the touching number, ‘Ride For You’ exuding a blend of superb blend of pummeling verses and an intense backdrop. His robust vocal performance and unparalleled rhyming technique help the track achieve its dramatic heights.
Growing up in Queens, New York, the 22-year-old musician has been surrounded by numerous hip-hop influences and their works. He has been deeply inspired by the works of Rai Smith, Bg3NoFreeThrows, Aboogie, Corey Finesse, Abillyon, Lil Baby, Da Baby, and more. This has encouraged him to express himself through hip-hop music and create his own original rap verses. With hard work and dedication, he has come a long way producing sublime melodies rich in one-of-a-kind lyrical arrangements. He is currently unsigned but pushing Northside Entertainment.
The talented singer-songwriter from Northside has been delivering back-to-back hits within a very short time, astonishing the global hip-hop community. His most recent mixtape, ‘Precious Overflow‘ adds another feather in his cap of success with its well-crafted rhythmic arrangements and exceptional rap deliveries. All 12 songs in the album, are equally stunning in terms of rhythms, rhymes, and lyrical illustrations. Listen to Q Sav‘s vast collection on Spotify and SoundCloud. Follow him on Instagram for more updates on his upcoming projects.
Spotify is a music streaming app where you can listen to his songs:
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