Credit: Vory/Capitol Records
With all the new music being released now-a-days, it’s almost impossible to be fond of just one artist/musician, but Vory is ready to have the limelight on him. Assuming that not many have heard of Vory, it’s about time you get acquainted.
Mainly known for his contribution on “Don’t” alongside his Kentucky peer Bryson Tiller, Vory has been behind the scenes for quite sometime. The recent release of his project Lucky Me has taken the majority of streaming services by storm, bringing a new level of energy to the masses. Being able to produce a final product such as this isn’t easy, and only comes by being precise and being able to soak in all the good and bad around you.
Lucky Me is a six-song EP that provides a a distinct style of R&B, a melodic feel that somehow adds to the mystery of Vory’s image. Having that Tiller co-sign allowed more doors to open, giving him the opportunity to flourish properly the way he sees fit.
With the chance to make a difference, not only for himself, but for future artists to come, Vory is the one carrying the baton to the finish line. With there being so many creatives throughout the world, not many get the chance to step up and show their worth. Lucky Me is more of a story than anything, putting into perspective one’s ability to change the world just by being themselvs.
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