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Isabel Mirri Delivers Masterful Tune ‘Least Favorite Flowers’

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Isabel Mirri unveils her new single ‘Least Favorite Flowers’. Showcasing artistic maturity, the song showcases her unwavering dedication to her craft, while emerging herself into extraordinary new artistic heights.

Isabel Mirri is influenced by artists such as Lauren Spencer Smith, Gracie Abrams, and Taylor Swift, the diverse array of emotions showcased makes for a striking sonic experience. 

‘Least Favorite Flowers’ showcases Isabel Mirri’s beautiful voice blended with elements of indie-pop in this illuminated delivery. Her work is unforgettable due to her enchanting lyrics, satisfying melodies, and charming creations.

In a musical landscape that often feels overcrowded, Isabel Mirri continues to stand out with her distinct style and unwavering dedication to her craft. ‘Least Favorite Flowers’ is a brilliant addition to her discography and a promising indication of the greatness to come with forthcoming releases.

When asked about the inspiration behind this new single, Isabel Mirri has the following to say;

“I wanted to create a heartbreak anthem with gut-punching lyrics”.

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Messiah Of Madness drops Big Jerm produced “Crown Royal Bag”

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 Grime-Boss The Messiah Of Madness returns with a new video / new single!  “Crown Royal Bag” is some next-level horrorcore with no lyrical filter from the heartless and homicidal artist.  Most concerningly is that the artist claims some of these situations are true stories.  The animated video also reaffirms this is nobody you want to cross paths with as he disassembles opps while on a mission.  “Crown Royal Bag” was produced by “Steeltown” (aka Pittsburgh, PA) legend Big Jerm, who has also laced tracks for Mac MillerWiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg.

The track is taken from the recently released EP You Already Know (out now Dominion Hill Records).  Besides “Crown Royal Bag” the rest of the EP is self-produced by The Messiah Of Madness producer alter-ego Tone Fultz.  In this guise he is equally adept at creating the type of raucous instrumentals that made Wu-Tang and Mobb Deep touchstones of the 1990’s. 

 This is the first new Messiah Of Madness since last year’s Monstrosity LP (Global Sounds/MNRK) but prior to that was a twelve year break between 2011’s The Ordeal LP and Monstrosity.  This was mostly due to Tone Fultz keeping busy on the production side.  Some of his recent work includes “Get On Your Knees” the new single from Wu-Tang / Theodore Unit affiliate Solomon Childs.


 
More info: https://www.instagram.com/messiah_of_madness/

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