A modern love song hidden behind a tough man’s bravado.
Rpizy is an artist, producer, and songwriter from Glasglow, Scotland who knows a thing or two about the music grind. Having been involved with music for a large part of his life, he speaks vividly about spending long nights in the cold, northern studio in his hometown. However, even though it hasn’t been easy, Rpizy wouldn’t trade his passion for anything in the world. West World, which is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud, is his first EP. The project features the fan-favorite song, “Sunrise.” The song also has an accompanying music video.
“Sunrise,” which features Chef, is a smooth, R&B-influenced hip-hop song. I can confidentially say that all of the nights Rpizy spent in the studio paid off. I have a special place in my heart for artists from the UK, so I might be biased when I say that this is the kind of hip-hop song that I love most. It’s versatile and can be played during downtime or when you need to hype yourself up. Throughout the song, Rpizy and Chef rap about the women they adore. They are not overly expressive about their feelings, but it’s made clear that whoever these women are, they have them smitten. Chef’s deeper tone and cadence nicely oppose that of Rpizy’s higher, more melodic vocals. Overall, Rpizy created a song that has a classic feel, yet is somehow still fascinating. So, stream Rpizy’s “Sunrise” to learn how your sunrises are affected by love.
Saschael is a Brooklyn native, and currently a senior English major at Howard University. In her free time she enjoys reading, cooking, baking, being in nature and writing short stories and novels.