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Rheez Bleeds Inspirational Colors Through His New Hit "True Wounds"

Rheez is an up-and-coming grime rapper from the UK with touching and lyrical songs. Initially born in Malta and having music in his veins since a young age, Rheez has been a multi-faceted musician.

Rheez is an artist who isn't afraid to show his true colors. His song "True Wounds" is a perfect example of this. The lyrics may be personal, but the frustration at injustice is wholly universal.

Finding himself creating music since he was 12, in various genres, from jazz/rock/commercial bands until realizing his heart was set on hip hop - Rheez has also released 15 self-funded music videos performed across the UK and even got through to the judges at X-Factor.

Rheez is an artist known for his song True Wounds, which is about injustice. In the song, Rheez talks about how he was once a victim of injustice and how he has seen many others who have been treated unfairly. He also talks about how he wants to see a change in the world and how he believes that everyone deserves to be treated fairly. Rheez's song is powerful and moving, and it is sure to inspire people to stand up for what is right.

The song "True Wound"s starts off with an electronic-style beat, beginning with Rheez’s smooth and hard-hitting lyrics seamlessly coming onto the track. The beat of "True Wounds" perfectly setups Rheez’s deep and insightful bars, so it effortlessly sounds like the truth is pouring from Rheez when he raps. “I've seen so much loss, but I still hold on.”

Rheez is an artist who isn't afraid to speak his mind. His song "True Wounds" is a powerful anthem about the injustice he witnessed in his life. Through his music, Rheez hopes to inspire others to stand up and fight for what's right. “This music is deeper than the sport. I do this for the kids who are weak and want more.”

"True Wounds" is a call to action, reminding us that we all have a responsibility to fight for what's right. Rheez is an artist using his voice to make a difference, and we need to support him.

Welcome to BuzzMusic Rheez, and congratulations on your latest release, "True Wounds." What inspired this song?

"True wounds" is a recollection of life tribulations thrown at me from a younger age and a vessel for me to express that the key to overcoming is to stay faithful and focused on the better things that life offers. The blessings.

What do you think sets your music apart from other rappers?

I feel like the majority of the industry is slightly watered down when it comes to personal matters in lyricism. I differ in that, and I'm happy to let people know the beauty in the struggle in my story. My goal is to inspire my listeners. Therefore, I feel the difference between me and most is I'm comfy showing people the personal problems I faced growing up through life and how I overcame them. Plus, we're snapping on every track, have it be known, haha.

What do you think is the key to success in the music industry?

I think if there were a true scientific formula, Drake would be on the phone tomorrow asking how? The main key in any walk of life is to make your greatest efforts for yourself. I've been striving to elevate my music career for years and sometimes get caught up in the madness of expectation. In contrast, I believe as long as what you're doing as a creator is coming from your heart and your vision, with the right team and the right game plan, you can be successful and stay successful; I also believe in having an all-eye on what's fresh and what's not.

What do you think is the biggest challenge faced by rappers today?

I feel like the game is unfortunately tied up in this lust for being respected for the wrong reasons. Meaning I see people I grew up with coming from more fortunate circumstances still choose the wrong path intentionally for the reason of validation from people that are not relevant due to this happening in the industry and in the streets. The market's potential can sometimes be jeopardized by Fugazi characters. That being said, the cream always rises to the top.

What's next for you?

A lot is in the pipeline; all I'd say is don't blink.


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