Amaar ft. Nio Tha Gift - Lost Souls

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Siege
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Bay Area emcee Amaar gives hope to folks who feel like they don’t have place in this world on his new single and DJBooth debut Lost Souls. For this ode to those without a voice producer Siege cooks up a beat that blends perfectly with Amaar’s raspy flow, showing why he is worthy of being an in-house producer in Amaar’s camp. Joining the pair is fellow newcomerNio The Gift, equipped with a raw flow which serves as a nice change of pace. The three have a powerful chemistry and, while they may be Lost Souls, are deserving of a small home in your digital music library. This tune is not yet attached to a larger project, but expect more from one of the newest voices for the voiceless.

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