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Groove Along with The Daunting HipHop Artist GBTU With The Newly Brewed Tracks


Exceedingly talented artist GBTU is back with some hip-hop numbers with his truthful narration and powerful musical diction that will surely amaze you

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Richmond, California Apr 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – The grooving and gravitating styles of GBTU always have some intriguing yet daunting vibes to them. And his latest album ‘Versatile’ holds seventeen well-narrated musical numbers. Previously, he offered another album titled ‘Gett Banz’. And the subjects of his songs are everyday incidents offered in storytelling forms. Kentrelle Lovell Lofton has cultivated musical form yet the rawness of his Bay area has a prominent toll on his musical works. The South Side Rich singer is from the United States working individual in this intimidating music industry.

The song Nothing New and Choosin of this album has some charming musical aura presented through his unique musical accent. His powerful vocal ranges and his well-brewed musical arrangements have gripped his audience. Similarly, the song Missing You has some deeply narrated verses in it coated with some catchy rhythms. The grooving hooks of the song were very engaging. The relevant narrations are the most magnetic aspects of his songs. The unyielding vocals along with his unmistakable swags of GBTU have kept the vibes warm.

His musical vision is to have a smooth concoction of Bay area styles mixed into various hip-hop styles. And Dont Hit My Phonehas the smooth blend all over it. His pleasant ways of making and infusing several hip-hop styles into one single track are very engaging. All the seventeen tracks, including ‘Nothing New’, ‘Choosin’, ‘Missing You’, and ‘Dont Hit My Phone’, have his empowering musical wisdom of love and life soaked in the hip-hop aura. Spotify has the artist’s complete musical body of works.

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