Relumae Records rapper/singer/songwriter StarrZ drops another serious grenade of musical heat with his new single “The Love Song” produced by Ghost. The Baltimore native’s lyrical genius is showcased over the catchy beat, guaranteed to be a classic banger for his bevy of fans. StarrZ continues to show his undeniable range of talent by writing, singing and rapping on his record that both guys and ladies can relate to with lines like “I love you baby, least I think I do. My mind be going crazy when I think of you. My mama told me boy don’t ever trust these h*es. But I love you baby and that’s just the way it goes forever…”
StarrZ says “The Love Song” is one of his favorite beats by Ghost, who is producing most of the rising star’s upcoming project titled “There Are No Idols.” “I named it The Love Song because it’s kind of a love song (laughs) but guys got love f*cked up these days. They think they’re in love with a girl they like but they’re not sure. Every man and woman can relate to that and every guys feels what I’m saying!” StarrZ explains.
The new record is the second single and follow up to StarrZ first release titled “Nino” from his highly anticipated first project on Relumae Records coming soon. The multi-talented artist is currently in the studio working with producers Jahlil Beats, Sonny Digital, J Fetty, King Midas and more, with an exciting collaboration with label mate Gillie Da Kid.
“I really think I’m at my musical prime right now. I feel like I’m making the best music of my life,” says StarrZ. “My new project is sounding beautiful musically and I can’t wait for everyone to hear what I’ve been working on.”
As one of the most recent artists signed to NFL Kansas City Chiefs star Tamba Hali’s Relumae Records, StarrZ’ undeniable talent and infectious personality have quickly made him a hometown celebrity and national fan favorite.
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