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BQpid throws away disingenuous pretence in his latest emo trap track, ‘Ceilings’

If there’s one thing that sets Ohio-residing artist BQpid’s sound apart from the rest, it is the depth of his lyrics that throw away any sense of disingenuous pretence. In his latest self-produced single, Ceilings, the atmospherically sallow indie trap melodies carry reminiscence to the likes of Post Malone and Mac Miller but with the dark undertone to Ceilings, he well and truly put himself in a league of his own.

For maximum evocative impact, the 18-year-old artist and producer worked elements of pop and RnB into the vocals in the emo-rap track that brings a brand new level of meaning to the word ‘candid’.

Ceilings is now available to stream on Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Drifting Down: Young Lafferty, Ohio producer/rapper BQpid badly wants to stop ‘Falling’

With a glistening beat that swirls into your body like an enthralling ride at a thrilling water park, BQpid drops down with a terrific new track to make you think about life deeply on ‘Falling‘.

Nathan Brown aka BQpid is a seventeen year-old small-town, highly-motivated underground Lafferty, Ohio producer and trap rapper. He makes that striking new school music that shows you into the mind of a young artist with so much potential, trying hard to stay afloat and evolve in this strange world.

He raps with such an intensely inspirational tone, he opens the door in and we look inside to see his emotions on a tiny thread from that elusive love that he seeks, the temptation is there but he knows that it must be avoided at all costs.

With a simply fine beat that soothes your mood, you nod your head along as this song takes you to a reflective place in your mind, that you have felt deeply before.

Falling‘ from the emerging Lafferty rapper BQpid, gravitates through like a lost memory in your mind that weighs you down and has you drifting to a place that you don’t want to be at. The world can be crazy and selfish people who are supposed to be friends can tie their worries around you that has you distracted, from where your dreams are supposed to actually take you.

Stream this top track on Spotify and see his IG for more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen