Jarell D. Williams goes professionally as a brand with the name Blu Black– a name that has been the talk of the town in recent years following the remarkable innovation that he is bringing to the hip-hop sound. Blu Black has been making a name for himself with that dynamic mix of intimate storytelling and complex lyricism. Blending his reverence for classic hip-hop with a forward-thinking mentality, Blu Black designs authentic bangers full of memorable hooks and thought-provoking lyricism.
He is back with another defining moment with the single, “Wateva” in which he featured lyrical engineer Rodriquez Woods A.K.A Kollision. I feel this track will introduce him as a vitality important new voice in rap music as he is poised to take his rightful place at the top of the modern hip-hop world!
This is an exceptionally produced track and Mercy Micheal Givens really does a meritorious job. The synths are very wavy and jump through with tremendous effort in rhythm and melody and the deep phased bass blend with the keyboard features and atmospheric drums including other quintessential hip-hop percussions to create a hypnotic sound that you just want to listen to on your feet.
The duo displays such virtuosic lyrical expertise- dropping some sword-sharp lyrical masterclass that is unforgettable. Proving this is his favorite stomping ground, Blu Black easily fashions an easily memorable hook that is very catchy and contagious. Beyond the explosive elements, this track has a very deep and meaningful message that challenges its listener to do better in whatever situation and to always remain true and loyal to themselves and others.
“Wateva” will be in heavy rotation everywhere and is deemed to demand attention from fans and critics alike. Follow Blu Black on his Instagram so as to be updated on his future plans.
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