Razrfish Adds New Meaning to Alt-Hip-Hop With His Charismatic Artistry in “Snail”


Alternative hip-hop artist Razrfish released a new single titled ‘Snails’ this ensures an immediate escalation in its popularity while also introducing a refreshing new edge to the genre.

Driven by purpose, talent and passion, an artist who cultivates all of the characteristics required to be successful in the industry is Razrfish. Possessing a much-needed vocal charm that can immediately grab the attention of the listener, the Los Angeles rapper has prepared to treat listeners of the genre with his distinctive sound and created songs that are a fine testament to his musical abilities and its creative depth.

Easily one of the most prolific artists to emerge in recent times, the rapper effortlessly lets his voice meander freely and mixes unique sound elements to constantly make the listener aware of his talent. Eager to release the next biggest sound in the alternative hip-hop market, the rapper has released his new single titled ‘Snails‘which excites the listener thoroughly and makes him want to know more. The catchy tunes are not the only demonstration of the artist’s abilities, but on the lyric level, the artist has managed to provide an engaging moment for the listener.

Track ‘Snails’ presents a storytelling of a supreme level as Razrfish mixes her clean and polished rap voice to constantly captivate. Mixing together all of the essential rap layers that are needed to connect, from eye-catching hooks and awesome rhythm design, to powerful grooves, the track breathes new life into the saturated hip-hop scene. The artist is also the head of the rock-rap group Tarot Cat and combines his exquisite skills to showcase his authenticity. From the slow beats of the previous century to the rich rap beats of today, the rapper delivers an engaging performance that is unbound by any standard. Listen to the song on Spotify.

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