Steezy Spud is a prolific recording artist navigating today’s alternative hip hop, R&B, trap, emo, and underground style with an air of authenticity mixed with an innate vulnerability that allows him to make music that heartbroken generation of listeners can find comfort in and gravitate toward. He handles a host of real-life issues that affect young people as he hopes to make a lasting impact on his listeners with his musical gift. With his music attracting massive numbers on streaming platforms, Steezy is poised to take his career to the next top level.
He has a 7-track inspired collection dubbed “Sacrifice, Pt. 1” that is made up of emotional tunes about love, loss, heartbreak, depression, drug, and real-life issues. The opening track, “You’re Not Here” has been on repeat since I first heard it- it is a very addicting and emotion-filled anthem that you simply cannot get enough of.
This emo-inspired masterpiece has a very hypnotic piano intro that is soon blended by modern hip hop instrumentation and sees Spud at his most vulnerable as he delivers a very emotional performance with his raw vocals, utilizing a sing-song style as he goes ahead to comfortably deliver an unforgettable performance. The lyrics echo those feelings when you are scared of losing someone and you don’t know how to live without them.
In “I Try” he featured Schxma Kobe and together, they deliver a matchless stunner. This tune is intoxicating with deep and emotionally-relatable lyrics accompanied by hypnotic melodies for a very hooking listening experience.
“Flows and Sins” features guest performer Poor Punk and gets off to a telling and bewitching guitar riff intro before the deep-phased bass draped beats are unleashed backed by the drums and atmospheric synths. The atomic vocals by Spud blow over this explosive instrumentation making a deeply resonant feeling with the listener!
There is something for everyone in this collection and I’d hate to spoil the party for you!
To experience this collection in its entirety; follow the attached link, stream, and find out the tracks that you heavily gravitate toward. Once you do, let them be in heavy rotation all over your playlist.