“Back and forth, conversations with my reflections, listen closely, God speaking, maneuver how he suggesting…”
– quote from “Thug Cry”
California artist Beanz lets out what he’s been through in “Thug Cry”. In the song, he emits his raw lyrical talent as he paints a picture of the journey, experiences, and the cards that life has dealt him.
Beanz started out free styling during lunch in school, but later transitioned to recording songs. This ignited a spark that led him to becoming fully engaged in music. After releasing several projects, he served time in prison for a few years. After that, he found himself in Georgia and then relocated to California where he reconnected with his high school friend and released “2 Filthy 4 the Radio” (2016), “Robbin’ Hood” (2017), and “4th Quarter” (2019). His music was inspired by his environment and he developed a style of West coast gangster rap with a southern bounce. He describes his style as “…a melting pot of flows”. Currently he remains an underground, independent artist.
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