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He may be young but his bite is deadly. Young Mc, Bos Flame has created quite an impressive presence in the hip-hop music genre. Bos Flame is minutes away from many of today’s’ mediocre artist. Flame found his passion for putting together quality rap music during a session with his brother at local nightclubs. When people would gather around to listen, it was clear to see that Flame had that star quality. His sound was unique and his lyrics were grimy. With the fire beginning to grow, back in 2017, Bos Flame lost his brother, Jarvis Hayes, to police violence. Flame kept growing more and more in his craft, being in his last semester in college losing his brother was very hard to deal with. His goal being simply to make people enjoy and understand his wonderful music. Bos Flame knows that in the world of music his life will grow. His following has developed and proving to be dedicated to making him the top MC in the nation. Flame has been working on a collection of songs that are nothing short of masterpieces. As he places the finishing touches on the gems, he has a lot in store for the world. There’s no way around the sounds of Flame-on taking over the airwaves when he releases his material. For sure, he is the only Young MC that knows how to cut the Flame-On.
- Greensboro, North Carolina
Wow that bassline! Thanks so much for sharing and enjoyed listening. I think the production on this is decent, theres just enough in there to provide a platform for the vocals to jump out at you from. This is one for the cars. The bassline for me is the stand out piece of the production, its heavy, dark and aggressive and really hits you early, i appreciate that. The rest of it is decent but pretty standard, I do listen to a lot of music and i've heard this similar type of production and layout a few times over the last year or so it may not stand out from that perspective which is why the bars have to be on point. Personally i think the lyrics did a good job to make this a complete package and theres some stuff to work with there. I dont think its the finished article just yet, theres still some gains to be had in the delivery and word play but it works. People can easily capture the essence of the track, theres parts in there that stick in peoples mind so they can go back and listen again. For me however, it wasnt memorable and would be a good album track but not a single, if you know what I mean. I did like the delays in your delivery at times, that was nice. Subject matter wise I wonder if theres more you can expand on, any more of your personality you can put in there? Tell us more of your story, your background, your experiences etc. Let people connect with those stories and resonate with them. One rapper that i've worked with in the past used a thesaurus to add to his vocabulary so he could say the same thing but use different verbs to construct it all. Promo wise theres a lot you can do for free yourself but it just takes a bit of time and research. Firstly the link you sent on here is from soundcloud, make sure all your socials are connected so a listener can find you on spotify, bandcamp, lastfm, deezer etc. Theres no bio, no information where a listener can connect with you. Also don't pay for plays, comments or likes, music fans see through all of that and are really turned off by the vanity numbers. With this and your other tracks, you'll need to get them onto other platforms with a listenership, such as blogs and internet radio. This is pretty straight forward but requires some repetitive action on your part. Go to submit hub to start with and you'll see a load of music blogs on there where you can easily submit your track with bio. Those who choose to play it will let you know and you can start to get some traction that way. You may need to make a clean version though just in case. On top of that, research other blogs not on that site, theres thousands so take some time to write down a few dozen and what they're looking for and submission process and send away. We are just looking for momentum here, not a big load of activity. Prolific not perfect. Do the same with radio, use apps like tunein to find local stations that fit your genre and replicate the submission process. A lot of community DJs and smaller stations will have a way to send your song so do that and also proactively suggest to do interviews or a guest spot. When everything opens up again, research who the local DJs are at the clubs as well and send them your track. This industry is all about connections as well, so I would recommend finding people in and around your level to collab with. Whatever that is writing, production or features, your network always needs to grow. That way more opportunities pop up and fans of those guys will look you up. In branching out I would suggest checking booking agents to see who they have just signed, someone like paradigm who happily detail this on their website. These artists are just about to be given a 2-3 year plan so now is the time to research what type of social media they have, where they end up playing and who they work with. You could even try and collab with them before they get on the festival circuit. From a UK perspective I would check out Jords, Kojey Radical, Barney Artist, Blue Lab Beats, Abhi The Nomad, Franko Fraize, Funky DL, Intalekt and Danny George. A mix of producers and artists who are doing some good stuff at the moment, what do they do that appeals to you? Maybe reach out to them? All in all, you are looking for momentum, just a ticking over of activity and a regular sharing of work so people can choose to listen on whatever platform they like best. Hope that gets you going and good luck! C