Alternative hip-hop artist Khary has done it again with the release of his second single, “You Say,” from his upcoming album, ‘A Desperate Attempt To Love Everything.’ The track, produced by Mike Irish, blends’ ’90s-era rap with contemporary experimentation, resulting in a sound that’s distinctly Khary.
The artist’s signature smooth flow and clever bars shine through as he glides over the guitar-fueled beat effortlessly. The track is a testament to Khary’s commitment to authenticity and creativity, as he refuses to be limited by any genre or boundary.
In the accompanying music video, Khary rides around town, performing the song through the sunroof. The visual perfectly captures the carefree and confident energy of the track, making for an entertaining and engaging watch.
Khary’s music is rooted in honesty and self-awareness, and his upcoming album reflects a 3-year-long self-reflective journey. It’s a coming-of-age story of a male in his twenties trying to come to terms with his place in the world, and it’s a reminder to take care of your mental health and not live in absolutes.
With “You Say” and the previously released “Say My Peace,” Khary continues to push the boundaries of alternative hip hop, cementing himself as an artist who plays by his own rules and creates music that is uniquely his.
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