New York born and raised rapper Liam Tracy releases new single with Fivio Foreign titled “24/7”
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Across his extensive catalog, Liam has explored melodic tracks with bass heavy production, lyrically-driven tracks on Statik Selektah’s beats, and everything in between. The result is a dynamic artist who can hold his own with and impress any artist in the rap game. With his latest track, Liam Tracy does exactly that. Having climbed to over 86,000 views on YouTube in 5 days, “24/7” is positioned to be Liam's best performing track yet.
On “24/7”, Liam explores more melodic patterns, while Fivio delivers his patented drill energy that fans and listeners have come to expect from him. As both artists hail from New York, where melodic rap and drill music are currently the two most prevalent subgenres of hip-hop, it’s no surprise that their two styles mesh together perfectly, without clashing or overbearing one another. With Fivio coming off major features on Kanye’s hit track “Off The Grid” and Drake’s iconic single “Demons”, Liam Tracy has tapped the burgeoning superstar at the perfect time and plans for this record to be a pivotal moment in his career.
When asked about the record, Liam explained, “I am pushing to better myself “24/7” — whether it’s mentally or musically. This track is to big-up the people who feel that they got something to be proud of, the people who went through a lot along the way to get to where they are at and don’t plan on stopping. Fivio killed this. He is the definition of ‘hustle’ in my eyes and couldn’t have complimented the track any better. You can feel the things he’s saying on this record.”
Liam continues, “I’ve got a tape coming out soon. I hope to bring the same energy to the table with that release. The music sounds great.”
Liam is no stranger to the industry - he has been releasing anthems since his debut album dropped back in 2016. What’s impressive is that he only gets better. He’s more in touch with his sound, creating tracks that could take off into the mainstream at any moment - and the moment could be now.
Source Chloe Mogg
October 22, 2021 12:51pm ET by Chloe Mogg