The stupendous rapper GTG Big $mash is a bundle of raw talent and energy and came up with the brilliantly executed hip hop number ‘Reaper’ with a lot of panache.
Tulsa, Oklahoma Jan 24, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The astounding rapper GTG Big $mash has thrown cautions to the winds as he broke loose with his smashing latest track. The lyrical grandeur and the bone-crunching beats in the track 'Reaper' have burnt the dance floor. The rapper can be called crowd-puller hands down and he also releases his music independently through the distribution service 'Distrokid' that has futuristic facilities. The rapper based out of Tulsa in Oklahoma does not believe in dishing out regular rap stuff and this quality sets him apart from his contemporary musicians. The 18-year-old prodigy has just started off and in less than a year found a place in the hearts of millions of rap fans. One can plug into the Instagram handle of the singer and catch up with his latest shared updates.
The versatile rapper GTG Big $mash has shown his incredible finesse with his latest offering. The ubiquitous swirling beats and the lively pace in the track 'Reaper' have slain the fans. Audiences are glued to popular streaming apps like Spotify and Soundcloud and are enjoying the exquisite rhythm etched out the brilliant rapper.
This talented star has made a stylish blend of boom bap music from the '90s in his track that is quintessential East Coast with screwed and chopped sounds from Houston with oodles of UK drill. The rapper also took a leaf out of the page of the underground rap scene of the southern with extra doses from the Toronto rap scene. He has already released his second mixtape titled 'The Alternate Reality' and focusing on a single titled 'Matrix' which is expected to be released in Feburary. The Twitter and Instagram handle of the rapper are flooded with interesting remarks made by the fans.
Just go for this track 'Reaper' by GTG Big $mash :
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