fourfive // love my tone

New York City based rapper FourFive is emerging as one of the most promising artists in the underground rap scene with his latest release, “Love My Tone.” This highly-anticipated track showcases FourFive’s signature otherworldly vocal delivery, and is paired with the frenetic production of longtime collaborator/executive producer Sham and the Internet Money/ Hologram producers of Hitgurl & Radiate.  FourFive has proven to be the master of simple yet effective hooks, as he effortlessly floats on this track. His charismatic delivery along with the high energy production of the track and unique flows make for an easy listening experience that will leave listeners without a doubt wanting to put it on loop. Whether you’re driving fast or vibing crazy, this song is the perfect soundtrack for any high energy situation. 

The recently released Official Music Video by IG @willbloomx and @knowkeats is nothing short of visually astounding. Directed by Will Bloom, the video transports viewers to the streets of Los Angeles for an adrenaline-fueled high-speed chase starring FourFive, perfectly complementing the track’s energy. With this incredibly well executed video comes another layer of power that is exuded from the song itself – you can’t help but feel like Him with a capital H after watching and vibing along.

FourFive’s music is not just solely entertainment, but a form of manifestation & affirmations, with themes of luxury and success throughout motivating listeners to chase their own dreams with sheer confidence. With Daily Chiefers crowning FourFive as having “the best music videos in the underground,” it’s no surprise that his anthemic records, electrifying live shows, and cinematic visuals are captivating fans and solidifying his position as one of music’s most exciting new artists poised for a breakout year in 2023.


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