From Miami, FL - Today we at Buzz Music get the sonic opportunity of listening to Razor and his new song “Put In Work”. Razor is a Hip Hop artist from Miami that isn’t afraid of grinding in all aspects of his life and this song reflects exactly that. Razor is self-produced and is known around the Florida scene for his production work. The production of this track hits all the spots that need hitting with the Hip Hop genre.
The vocals cut through beautifully, the drums have trap elements and the hi-hats are super high pitched and stand on top of the elements of the song. The overall beat and synth are very fresh while simultaneously gives a feeling of the heavy-hitting Hip Hop songs that have shaped the genre. Vocally and lyrically, Razor cuts deep singing about his grind and how he also likes to enjoy some play, too.
It’s rare that you hear about a Hip Hop artist is a producer, as well as a great one, and “Put In Work” speaks to his efforts as an artist and as someone who isn’t afraid of rolling up his sleeves in all aspects of his life. The song is perfectly lengthed, closing in at 3:19 and you definitely feel like you are ready for more music by Razor. Definitely check this out ASAP and let us know what you think about “Put In Work”.
Listen to "Put In Work" here.
Welcome back to BUZZMUSIC Razor! 2019 has been extremely successful for you. What was it like working with artists such as Rick Ross, Brisco, Gunplay, Camron & Freeway?
Working with each artist was its own unique experience. Some artist are very accessible other not so much, and each artist has their own creative process, Rick Ross and Brisco were probably the easiest to work with as their creative way is most similar to mine.
What has been the highlight of your musical journey thus far?
The highlight of my musical career would have to be transitioning to an R&B artist, I gained a great deal of respect for all the real singers and the skill it takes to develop the vocal range, control, and versatility.
Thanks for sharing your new single "Put In Work" with us. What inspired this track?
Honestly, I was on my way home one early morning from this vibes crib and the song pretty much tells how that night went.
You have a new hip-hop EP releasing in 2020. Can you tell us a bit about what we can expect on the EP?
Mostly R&B fusion vibes. a collection trap-soul aimed at filling the void left in the absence of REAL R&B music.
What does hip-hop mean to you?
Hip/hop is the only lifestyle I feel at home in...if that makes sense. It's like the ever-changing lingo, style of music, fashion, all of it as a culture has shaped and molded my sense of self for a long as I can remember. I appreciate y'all taking the time to interview me.