A hip-hop single that reminds us to never give up.
Minneapolis, MN-based musical creative, Barry Denzel, is a rising rapper and songwriter. For the past three years, he has been gaining traction in the hip-hop scene thanks to his stunning performances. Denzel’s unique style showcases a stylish blend of “fierce beats and lyrical flows” that easily matches any one of his musical peers. Some of his prior works include tracks like “Right Person Wrong Time,” “Try To Get Me,” and “30 Blocks.” Barry’s discography is available on Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music. His latest drop is the hip-hop single “Champion.” The song also has an accompanying official music video.
“Champion” is personal enough to make us feel like everyone knows what we’ve been through. Lyrics like “They can’t understand, this is what I worked for / Sacrifices in this life, you gotta know what it’s worth” and “I had to learn how to survive, it made me build up a wall” hear the artist get real about working his way to the top. At the same time, we get the sensation that nothing will bring us down again; especially now that everyone knows what we’ve been through. There’s plenty of love and encouragement spewing from Denzel as he explores this smooth and soft genre. So, press play below so you can learn what it takes to be a “Champion.”
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