Rulers rapper Lae Fier has declared the arrival of his new single “On The Low.” The East drift lyricist’s most recent discharge catches a touch of both hip-bounce and r&b as his smooth vocals ease through the track. “On The Low” is currently accessible on Compact disc Child.
Self-coordinated and created, the official music video includes a pointedly dressed Lae Fier as he parlors in a faintly lit eatery appreciating a glass of wine. To see the “On The Low” music video visit Lae Fier’s Youtube page: http://buff.ly/2eBFdCL
Lae Fier has played out his music all around the upper east district and has opened for a few well known hip jump acts, for example, Maino, Uncle Murda, Joell Ortiz & Memphis Bleek. He has additionally performed at different settings along the east drift including The Gramercy Theater, The Delancey, Blackthorn 51 & Coco 66.
More laidback than his standard preparations, Lae Fier’s “On The Low” exhibits his adaptability and imaginative approach. The triple-risk artist – lyricist, maker and rapper – is clearing his direction one record at any given moment. Lae Fier is determined to have his music perceived and acknowledged both broadly and universally, while emphatically rousing youthful performers over the globe.
About Lae Fier
Lae Fier is an American Hip-Bounce lyricist, maker and entertainer from Rulers, New York. The rising lyricist brings his new hip-bounce persona and r&b flare with the introduction of his new solid. The youthful emcee channels his internal performer for inventiveness figuring out how to play a few instruments including bass, violin, cello, trumpet, French horn and piano in center school. Affected by hip bounce greats, for example, Eminem, Jay-Z, Tupac and kindred Rulers occupants, Nas & 50 Penny, Lae Fier is resolved to convey his own style to the table.