The Ben Telford Visuals-powered “Caught Up” has been viewed over 97K times to date on YouTube while “To The Grave,” just cracked 76K. In Part 1, L4birinto embarks on a mission to obtain some fast cash following the loss of a friend. In Part 2, “To The Grave,” he visits his friend’s burial site and reflects on the value of life over money.
“His life-altering experience at 18 has driven him to focus on creating deep and meaningful rap and R&B,” explains the video’s description.
“While some may find his work intense at times, he consistently weaves a positive message into his artistry. ‘Caught Up’ is a captivating blend of alternative R&B and rap, reminiscent of the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony era, particularly in the second verse where he switches up the flow over a stripped-down piano.”
As L4birinto kicks off 2024, he drops a powerful message making it clear that putting your life on the line for cash isn’t the move. The bold drop sets the vibe for the new year, hitting you right in the feels and starting things off on a hype note.
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