WordzOfLife has churned out impeccable musicality with rap tracks and natty hip hop instrumental


WordzOfLife has come up with splendid rap tracks and instrumentals that have marvelous elements of funk. The bounce in the indelible tracks is refreshing.

(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Tampa, Jun 23, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Apart from being a poet par excellence, the gifted rapper WordzOfLife has displayed brilliant panache and finesse. He has stormed into the world of rap and wreaked havoc with the tracks ‘Smooth Wordz’, ‘Untitled‘, and also the majestic hip hop instrumental ‘No Drugs’. Some of his high school friends have bonded together and formed the production house called ‘Foreign Entities’ that has avant-garde facilities. One can check out his Instagram handle and know more about his upcoming ventures.

In the number ‘Smooth Wordz‘ by the talented rapper WordzOfLife there are heavy beats and plenty of energy. In ‘Untitled’ there is a captivating and absorbing lyrics. In the instrumental ‘No Drugs‘, there is an emotive ambiance with unspoken words. His friends are Wickdsith, Con Voi, and Big Cage who are inseparable and have helped each other a lot throughout this chequered journey. The singer’s creative persona has prompted him to get attached to all forms of aesthetics and he has got an immense passion for rap music. The fans can plug into the Twitter handle of the singer and enjoy a gabfest with him.

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In the tracks and instrumental by the prolific rapper, the mood is set up with blissful vibes with a dash of confidence. He has been bug-bitten by legendary icons such as BB King, Andre 3000, Kendrick, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man, and Black Sheep. His dash of reality paves the way for an immediate connection with the audience. By plugging on to major music streaming sites Spotify, you can listen to his remarkable numbers. 

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