Rell drops his latest record, “The Bad Guy” to rep his hometown of the Bronx. Over a melodic track, the rapper taps back into his rebellious, unapologetic past lifestyle. Truthfully, he doesn’t care if he looks like the “Bad Guy.” Rell exposes his vulnerability to its core, screaming for help and feeling as if no one has his back. Rell masks these emotions with the use of different vices. He doesn’t recommend his lifestyle unless you are ready for it. Everyone has their own vices. His are built to help him stay on the right track. A visual component to his new record is on the way, as for now, the song is available on all streaming services.
The Bronx MC has an uncanny ability to story tell and emphasize his message through his lyrics. His gritty lifestyle represents the essence of his hometown beautifully. He’s a strong-minded artist that looks forward to sharing more of his art with the world. As an artist, he is pushing out a lot of heat. Rell is proving just how talented he is. This single will not be the last of their onslaught of hits. This new cinematic display sets the bar for the ever-growing label. COVID-19 is stopping a lot for people but not hustlers.
Peep the all-new visual directed by Ope Visualz and Vargas Visuals of Final Focus Films below!