Lorey Returns With “Rhudeboy” Single & Visual

Please allow me to introduce to you, New York’s next up, Lorey. Now, after a short hiatus, Lorey has returned with his most recent release. Following a three year break from the spotlight, his new single reflects his growth and focus in 2021.

Released at the top of the month, the Dvtchie-produced record serves as the product of Loreys absence as he focused on his personal life. In celebration of its release, he accompanies it with the visuals. Really bringing the record to life. For the single, he draws influence from a number of sources. Including his artwork, creativity, love of fashion (particularly Rhuigi Villaseor’s famed “Rhude” brand), and the fashion world as a whole. He wanted to bring fans a track that would halt people in their tracks. Bringing some much-needed vibes to wherever it is played. 

The Lorenzo Legacy

Additionally, this rising star comes as the son of Conga musician Juan Lorenzo, who had a prominent music career between the 1980s and the 2000s. Born Michael Lorenzo and reared in Queens, Lorey grew up surrounded by music. Influenced by his surroundings, his Dominican heritage, and the melting pot that is New York, his artistry is enhanced by diversity. 

The Lorey Legacy Continues

After developing an ear for beats, he went on to launch his debut project, The Synopsis EP. Despite the fact that it did not do as well as he had hoped, he elected to take a step back from recording. To rebuild his career from the bottom up. With a fresh focus, he is eager to show the world what he is made of. As a result he will continue to create music that reaches the masses. Don’t believe me? Take a look for yourself here at KAZI Magazine. 

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