Returning from college prescribed Syphe Dublin a degree and an addiction to creativity, and an affinity for expressing it through music. The plethora of influences he has, from André 300 to Three 6 Mafia– literally kissing opposite ends of the spectrum- culminates in a sound that’s both unique and emulated from other prominent artists in contemporary hip-hop. From East Dublin, Georgia, the rapper/producer draws heavily from Houston’s Travi$ Scott, and the dirty south, trap sound done by Q&A Beats helps foster the ambiance.
“Headlights” is about fame, and Syphe’s desire to reach fame via any means necessary. As aforementioned, the exit from college really did numbers for how the now-New Jersey rapper perceives and desires success; most college graduates’ dreams revolve around biweekly paychecks, while Syphe Dublin clearly has his eyes on being known and remembered.
On the track, Syphe said:
“Life will always give you ups and downs but it’s actually you that creates the “ups” and as well as “potential ups” for the future. Some call them blessings, I called them “UPS.” When you come from the bottom, up is the only way to go – and I’m shining (like headlights) every step of the way.”
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