The Lithonia Georgia rapper Zane Smith has just released the second song from his new album "MR. ROY G. BIV."
The song asks the question, why to do we drink? Smoke? Zane's answer was, to escape. Ironically, Zane Smith's first song "Twenty-One" openly discusses a hate for alcohol and unlikely use in the future but Zane's later songs "Black Life(Depressed)" and now "Tippin" discuss his drinking and how he overcame it.
Watch the official music video below.
Lithonia, Georgia rapper Zane Smith has just released a music video for his new single “It’s Cool” just three months after initial release.
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Watch Zane Smith’s “It’s Cool” music video on YouTube.
Lithonia, Georgia rapper Zane Smith spit a freestyle over Jorja Smith’s “Blue Lights.”
“The lyrics in that song really got to me…”gun crime into your right ear, drugs and violence into your left, default white headphones, flooding the auditory, subconscious waves you accept…”
I could not agree more, inspired to write more bars using the existing story-line. Check out the freestlye below. Like it? 🤔 Share it! 🙏🏽
Stream Jorja Smith’s Debut album ‘Lost & Found’ available now.
Listen / Buy: http://radi.al/LostAndFound
Metro Atlanta rapper Zane Smith released a self-directed, filmed and edited music video for the song/single “Simple Life” from his fifth independent album “Life Sucks” (June 24, 2018).
Watch Zane Smith’s self-directed music video for single “Simple Life.” Watch now.
The music video was written about by music journalist Avery Shepherd of Immersive Atlanta.
“Taken off his fifth album, Life Sucks, the track traces Smith’s memories of youth when the weight of the world was much lighter. Over echoing piano chords and a no-frills beat, he reminisces on his childhood, but what starts as a bittersweet back-in-the-day jam eventually turns darker as Smith finds himself examining his place in the world and the circumstances surrounding his present state of being. “What’s the point of living? / What’s the point of kids when they gotta go through everything I did just to be a better me?” he ponders, questioning the value of innocence in a life that leads to pain and hardship.” Read full article.