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Young Fairo Just Unleashed New Single “2020 Vision”



Self-described as a trap-alternative-hyperpop artist, Young Fairo doesn’t fit into any one lane. That’s characteristic of the whole of Young Fairo’s career— how he goes with his gut, is shaped by his diverse musical influences, and always keeps his listeners guessing. Now 5 years into developing his sound, Young Fairo is releasing another mixtape entitled “Sip In Peace”. His latest drop, “2020 Vision”—a single and the second track off the album—is based on his own experiences, reminiscent of his distinguishable genre-bending, Atlanta trap-influenced style. 4sho Magazine got to chat with the artist about his latest releases, his music, his post-“2020 visions”, and his goals— keep reading below!

Describe your style of music and image. Where does your musical inspiration derive from? 

I’m a laid back playa— a modern day rockstar. My style of music is trap-alternative-hyperpop. I’m a Gemini so I have split personalities. I feel like I’m 5 different artists in one. The diversity is endless— hip-hop, pop, country, rock, and R&B. That’s what makes me different— not many people can do what I do. I’m like your favorite hip-hop artist, pop singer, and country singer all in one. [My musical inspiration is derived from] artists like Ozzy Osbourne, 50 Cent, Young Thug, and Michael Jackson. 

What age and year were you really moved to be involved? How long have you been in the industry, and where are you in your career now?

[I was] 16. I started off in 2015, just playing around in high school. Then once people started telling me I should take it serious, that’s when I began to lock in. [It’s been] 5 years into developing my sound and I feel like I’m an established artist. I’ve been in the industry for 4 years. Now, I want to compete with the big leaguers and have my songs get more notoriety. 

What are your goals— short term and long term?

[My short term goals are to] gain more fans and listeners daily. [My long term goals are to] have a solid fan base and a couple long-lasting records. I’m looking for my brand to become a franchise— to have my fans tune in so when you see them, you’re like, “Yeah, they’re a Fairo fan.” And one day, [I want] to achieve a Grammy.

What are your post-2020 visions? Goals for the next two years?

[I’d like to see] a major improvement from prior years— hopefully gaining a break-out single and a XXL Freshman title for 2022. 

What is one of your favorite highlights/memories from being in the industry?

Being in the studio with Young Thug, Gunna, NAV, and 21 Savage all in one session. 

Who have you worked with and who would you like to work with next?

I’ve worked with my slime Zack Slime Fr and Lil PJ. Next, I want to work with Young Thug, Post Malone, Swae Lee, Lil Gotit, and Milliegolightly.

What advice do you have to youth who want to pursue a career in music?

Never give up, stay working, and keep winning in private. Everyone don’t need to know how you coming. 

When you are not in the studio and/or working, what are some things you enjoy doing?

Traveling or being on the game, locked in on 2k, Madden, or a good story mode game. 

What community events have you contributed to? Why is giving back to the community important?

I’ve given away brand new clothes I couldn’t wear and old clothes I don’t wear anymore to the homeless in Old Fourth Ward. It’s important because your community is a representation of you and where you come from, so if that is well-taken-care-of, so are you. 

Is there a motto or quote that you live by?

The first person to break bread and the last to ask for something in return. 

Stream “2020 Vision” off Young Fairo’s upcoming album “Sip In Peace” on Spotify and Apple Music, along with the rest of Young Fairo’s discography! To reach him and keep up with his work, follow him on Instagram @YoungFairo, Twitter @1YoungFairo, and subscribe to his Youtube! 

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BermudaCal’s Music Video Mastery takes centerstage leading up to new album “The Divinity of Doubt”




In a world where the essence of urban culture is often captured within the constraints of a stereotypical narrative, BermudaCal stands out as the true architect of soundscapes that redefine experimental rap. The recent release of his music videos “Promise Me You’ll Be Alright,” “Pulse,” “Silver Lining,” and “GOD” is more than an introduction to his album The Divinity of Doubt; it is an invitation to an immersive experience of a complex soul. BermudaCal bares his spirituality, layering his raps with varied vocal tones to convey a complex relationship with faith and the often-frustrating pursuit of understanding mental health in a world that can feel indifferent.

Directed by the unseen lens of New York’s shadows, “Promise Me You’ll Be Alright” captures the essence of the city’s pulsating contradiction. Filmed in Brooklyn’s chilling December air, the music video offers a backdrop of engaging beats and melancholy piano melodies that juxtapose the dark lyrical themes portrayed. “Pulse” is an embodiment of life lived out loud, set against the electrifying backdrop of Times Square. BermudaCal channels the ceaseless energy of the city that never sleeps, merging genres and unraveling the cadence of urban nights. The visuals are vibrant and frenetic, mirroring the relentless rhythm of the iconic locale, making every viewer feel the potent buzz of the metropolitan pulse.

Set amidst the tranquility of Central Park, “Silver Lining” explores the yearning for unwavering love and devotion. Through the fusion of evocative jazz hooks and the modern cadences of hip-hop, BermudaCal creates a track teeming with poignant questioning and rich metaphors, crowned with a haunting saxophone solo. With “GOD,” BermudaCal returns to his roots in Bermuda. The intimacy of this track is amplified by the personal visuals, shot by Edd Roberts and PIGG FILMS, which juxtapose the grandeur of natural landscapes with the internal struggle of seeking divine answers.

BermudaCal’s music genius doesn’t merely operate within the music but within the fabric of the urban tapestry, where each video becomes a time capsule for the contemporary state of being.

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Poiison & Styles P Drops New Collaboration “Big Boys”



The LOX’s Styles P joins Poiison in the Boss Life Music Group presented music video for “Big Boys.” Serving as the commercial follow up to 2023’s “I Can’t Fall In Love” with Sha Money XL, which has already organically earned 100K+ streams since it’s debut in October, the Hip-Hop vocalist/songwriter finds herself trading bars with the decorated D-Block diplomat and fellow New York native about navigating romantic relationships without proper male guidance.

Hailing from Queens, Poiison passionately channels her life experiences into music, infusing pop and soul melodies with profound lyrical skill. Inspired by diverse artists like Madonna, Sade, Rick James, Lil Wayne, and Travis Scott she maintains a unique sound that captivates listeners; making their hearts and bodies move. As a multi-talented creative, Poiison actively oversees the details of her visuals, taking on the role of director to authentically deliver her perspective to the world with a fun and magnanimous spirit.

Her star quality and charisma are undeniably evident in her content. Parallel to her imagination, the release of her La Madrina mixtape series echoed creativity while showcasing her interpretation of well known industry records. Poiison’s development has led to performances alongside renowned artists such as 50 Cent, Ciara, and Robin Thicke. Poiison strives to create timeless music that conveys powerful messages rooted in real-life stories.

Press play on the Nimi Hendrix-directed visual for “Big Boys” as well as stream the official audio below via Roc Nation’s indie distribution company Equity.

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Josvani Releases New Single “Low Lights” Ahead Of Tour



Josvani has released a new track called “Low Lights” which is accompanied by a seductive visual. The beat of the song is irresistible and will make you dance. The lyrics depict a day in Josvani’s life and his struggles with entanglements.

“Low Lights” filmed by Nimi Hendrix showcases New York City’s beauty and Josvani’s calm demeanor. He expresses his position with facts, not arrogance, making him an instant fan favorite.

As Josvani gains momentum, he is heading on tour with T-Rell, 4fargo, Pretty Brayah and friends.

“Low Lights” is out now on all major streaming platforms. Follow Josvani on Instagram for updates on his new releases and upcoming events.

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