Raury, a musical prophet for the youth has received much praise and recognition in the music industry with his constructive content and positive vibes, which hasn’t particularly translated into album sales. Nonetheless Raury pushes forward and continues to build his buzz by throwing his own music festivals (raurfest), embarking in his own clothing line and touring the country. Touching the heart and soul of his fans, using frequencies to enlighten his audience becoming the spokesperson for the millennia’s and indigo’s of the new age as well as connecting with old school hippie’s. With a style that can be compared to Andre 3000 and Jimi Hendrix it’s not hard to see why. Raury brings us a visual for his latest song “Trap Tears” an collaboration with fellow Atlanta native Key! Explaining the trap lifestyle with an alternative perspective, blending melodies form an acoustic guitar he creates a folk trap sound that’s unique and different. Transcending genres and race Raury focuses on the struggles of living in poverty and the traps most fall into. To stream the video click the link below and as always….
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We all like artist for different reasons. Some listen for style and delivery, others for punchlines and hooks, but seldom do you run across a talent who has the whole package. Fresco Van Gogh, a native from Brooklyn New York, is spreading his wings in the Atlanta scene with his new project coming out first quarter this year called Brooklyn, GA. Van Gogh established a solid buzz in 2015 but is looking to make a splash in the industry this year. With a heavy 808 sounds accompanied with vigilant lyrics Van Gogh creates a perfect blend of East Coast gritty rap with a Down South “boomtrap” production, making it easy to see why this album will be a recipe for success. Fresco brings substance and content with thought provoking songs like “Stalin Freestyle” where he encourages you to stop staling in life and get out and get it, and “UNDRFTD” a single where he lets it be known he is not looking for any hand-outs understanding his potential and knowing his future is in his hands. Choosing the name Van Gogh automatically raises the bar of expectations and Fresco surely meets those expectations. Using his words to paint a picture for the listener and great production as his canvas when you hear Van Gogh’s music you can’t help to compare his music to a masterpiece.
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