The Rising Hiphop Artist from Florida STEPH SEPTEMBER Makes a Gala Appearance with ‘ELEVATOR’

STEPH SEPTEMBERELEVATOR

Florida City, Apr 2, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Hip hop and rap music arena is getting flooded with the entry of new artists every single day. Listeners are getting confused on what to listen and what to skip. One new artist who is new but will compel listeners to stay hooked to his singles is the rising hip hop artist from Florida named STEPH SEPTEMBER. This young and fiercely talented artist has stepped into the zone with a fresh approach and to present some exclusive music pieces to listeners that they have not heard before. The chill vibes that his tracks deliver creates the oomph factor about him and his music. Although he has some good collection in his music gallery, this spring his ‘ELEVATOR‘ has become the chart topper on SoundCloud.

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Artist STEPH SEPTEMBER aka S is from South Florida and is immensely influenced by the vibrant hip hop and rap music culture in the city. He also masters on pop music genre and that proves his professional approach. Some of the tracks that have received popularity in SoundCloud are ‘So Flow’, ‘For You and of course ‘ELEVATOR’. The USP of this artist is his unique voice quality and perfect rapping style that give vibes that soon he will be ranked amongst the chart toppers in the hip hop industry.

The single ‘ELEVATOR‘ starts with a bang and artist S starts showing his stardom right from the opening note. The track is loaded with thoughtful lyrics that are very relatable to the lives of new and aspiring rappers and all the independent artists who are struggling to occupy a position in the mainstream industry. ‘ELEVATOR‘ has a calming beat that will insist listeners to tap their feet. If you are willing to know more about this upcoming rap genius, follow S on Instagram. Stay tuned for his upcoming new projects on SoundCloud.

Follow the below link ti enjoy this song :

https://soundcloud.com/steph-september/elevator

Source :STEPH SEPTEMBER

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