Experience Raw Emotion In folxzb's New EP, 'Moments After'



Drifting in from Houston, Texas, r&b recording artist and singer-songwriter folxzb releases a diary of emotion and experiences with his latest 8-track EP, 'Moments After.'


folxzb's delicate and crooning vocals are enough to bring anyone to their knees. His surroundings and personal relationships heavily inspire his sound, which can be heard on his latest EP, 'Moments After.' The project is said to be an ode to his personal experience of being a man living through a modern love story.


Beginning our venture into the EP, we're met with the sonically stunning introductory track, "Take Over." The song was produced by Viktor Crow, and it offers all this deepened and pent-up emotion that can only be said through lush sonics. Listening to folxzb's soothing vocals, he begins to tell the tale of being an introvert and often being associated with weakness, when in fact, it's the opposite. This song is the perfect introduction to the project; it has all the vibes and emotions we could ask for.


Moving onto the next track, "Same Mistakes," the song kicks off with Cyclope Beatz's harmonious and melancholy production alongside folxzb's crooning and emotional vocals. While he begins to sing about the troubles of an on-again, off-again relationship, folxzb perfectly portrays the feelings of wanting to stop but knowing damn well that he can't. With a few lustful undertones and nods, this short but sweet track comes to an end with the utmost vulnerability. This track carries a similar tone and style to Drake's "Jaded."


Hitting play on track number three, "YDLR 2.0," we already know the direction that folxzb will take, seeing that he's upping the emotion and heart of Tory Lanez's hit, "YDLR." folxzb opens the song with his dreamy vocal stylings alongside Jbyss' haunting and downtempo production that melts our speakers with a certain irresistible ambiance. While folxzb sings a saddened message of being in love with someone who's paired with someone else, folxzb drenches us in nothing but relatable and heartfelt emotion.