‘Whose Brian,’ is the remarkable new release from familiar RnB face GraffiArts. Deriving from a theme of gut wrenching heartbreak, GraffiArts masterf
The writing process for this EP was deceitfully straightforward as explained by Graffiarts himself – ‘every time I felt emotional and lonely I’d start up my Logic Pro, randomly search for trap soul beats on beat stars until I find one that perfectly resonates with me at that give moment and then the writing begins.‘ This EP began its lengthy production process months ago when Graffiarts was adjusting to a long distance relationship prior to the breakup and he worked with a close friend, who eventually helped him through his heartbreak, in his bedroom studio to develop all of the EP’s tracks.
Using ‘Whose Brian,‘ as a key component of his healing process, GraffiArts demonstrat
‘”Whose Brian” is a possessive – it’s more of a name than a question as it’s the personification of GraffiArts emotional and platonic side. Brian is my second name and Brian is sort of an alter ego to my whereas GraffiArts is my main persona.`
GraffiArts’ new release “Whose Brian” is a stunning example of RnB at its best. This six-track EP takes listeners on an emotional journey through the ups and downs of love and heartbreak, showcasing GraffiArts’ skillful songwriting and impressive vocal range. From the catchy chorus of “She Knows” to the stylish hit “Your Love,” each track boasts hard-hitting instrumentals that perfectly complement GraffiArts’ soulful voice. The EP’s writing process is also intriguing, as GraffiArts explains how he channeled his emotional and lonely moments into each track. The result is an album that’s not just a musical triumph but also a cathartic experience for the artist himself. Overall, “Whose Brian” is a must-listen for RnB and HipHop fans, and a testament to GraffiArts’ dedication to creating raw, authentic music that speaks to the soul.
Graffiarts is a multifaceted musician whose dedication and devotion to creating raw, authentic music that reflects his true character and soul in each and every release. He credits his passion to music and to a love for HipHop growing which crucially inspired him to devote more time and effort into developing his own sound, – ‘if music is a language, HipHop is GraffiArts‘ mother tongue.‘ Masterfully integrating elements of other genres into his sound, GraffiArts describes RnB and Pop as a ‘medium‘ for him to, ‘let the world in and connect with them on a deeper level.’ His eponymous artist name derives from his graphic nature towards art in means of his painting a vivid picture with lyricism and emotional content – a truly appropriate title for this creative force. Music is a form of communication for GraffiArts a
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