If you’ve been sleepin’ its about that time to tune in.
As buzz grows rapidly throughout the city of Toronto, there is no question Velow has the potential to thrive in the music industry and have a breakout year in 2020. The Scarborough born rapper has been catching the attention of many with his unique freestyle capabilities loaded with deep baritone bars and versatile deliveries. With the release of his highly anticipated debut single “Laughed To Myself” in the books, a promising future looks inevitable for the Remix Project graduate as he sets sale on a path to success with a goal to eventually make it to the world stage. After graduating from the Remix project and developing a name for himself through various unique freestyle videos on Instagram, it was none other then one of Toronto’s biggest breakthrough artists of 2019, Jessie Reyez, who decided to invite Velow to her first ever song writing camp.
With his participation in the writing camp and flying to LA for Riot Club, he got the chance to work with many talented producers, engineers, and creatives all leading up to “Laughed To Myself”.
The track itself is composed with a hard but melodic piano as Velow matches the tempo of the beat effortlessly using a fast paced melancholy flow. With his unique sounding vocal tone and talented lyricism, it forces the listener to truly pay attention to what the upcoming artist has to say.
We look forward to what Velow has planned for the future, and as mentioned by his team, expect an upcoming visual for his debut single “Laughed To Myself” to come out soon.