Hip-hop rap artist Azlo Raps has just released his latest single, “Think Of Me”, which is a captivating rap track with intense musical and vocal expression.
Azlo always had an immense passion for music and he began writing and recording music in his makeshift studio garage with his friend when he was 18 yrs old. His influences stem from a culmination of rock bands and rap artists such as; Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, Lil Wayne and Eminem.
“Think Of Me” was inspired by an ex-lover that Azlo had a strong connection with. We all have that one love we can’t forget, the one that got away but is still in our thoughts. In this song, Azlo unfolds a story of desperation and intrigue.
Think Of Me:
“Think Of Me” opens with a slow tempo dreamy melody, and deep hip-hop bass beats creating an intense soundscape. An incessant subwoofer drives the song forward with a feeling of heaviness and intensity.
Azlo delivers a powerful performance communicating uneasy emotions of disgust, exasperation and frustration. His forceful and harsh tone heightens the intensity of his message as he spits the lyrics out like bullets.
Descriptive rhythmic verses create a vivid image of the unfolding story. We are given a raw and unfiltered insight into Azlo’s emotions through lyrics such as: “no need to stress I gave my best, deep down in now you upset. Leave me alone girl you obsessed. Not gonna lie, I’m unimpressed.”
This catchy rap song leaves a lasting impression on the listener and if you enjoy music from artists such as Jelly Roll and Killstation then Azlo Raps will fit perfectly on your rap playlist.
What’s next for Azlo Raps?
Azlo is pursuing his dream of becoming a popular artist and constantly striving to reach a wider audience. You can follow him on social media to see what awesome tracks he will be releasing next.
In the meantime, Azlo has an inspirational message for all his listeners: “Be yourself. If you got something on your chest, let the world know, don’t suffer in silence. Take a chance on your dreams, you only live once. Don’t regret not speaking up and hiding from who you are. You make an impact, whether you know it or not, keep going.”