For close to a decade running, rap has consistently retained its title as the biggest music genre in the world. Many reasons have been given for why this continues to happen even as other genres experience rise and fall. For one, music critics have pinpointed the ability of rap to undergo changes that fits the time while staying true to its root. This adaptation to trends has ensured that rap still remains culturally relevant even as its peers suffer decline. Rap’s longevity can also be traced to the influx of people from different backgrounds who bring something new to the genre. BandoBolo is one of such persons adding flavor to rap and ensuring its continued stay at the top.
BandoBolo is rap’s newest sensation with a promising future. The independent artist who grew up in Louisville, KY, where he hails from, is already making a splash on the competitive rap scene with his unique sound. Through his rap, BandoBolo is bringing something new to the table in the form of the promotion of diversity and inclusivity. This can be seen in his original style of rapping in both English and Spanish.
Music lovers can get to enjoy the unique sounds of BandoBolo on his new album titled Vida En La Ciudad. The rap album contains 10 songs which were all written by BandoBolo. Not only that, the rapper engineered and mastered a majority of the songs in his studio except the track ‘Cased Up’ which features Eastside Boobie which was engineered by Mike Gonsolin in LA, California and tracks 8 & 9 which were engineered by ReyKing in Miami, FL.
Ever since it was dropped, Vida En La Ciudad has been met with rave reviews from both fans and critics alike who don’t hesitate to share it on social media. It has also earned the rapper a nomination from the prestigious Latin Grammy Award which is set to hold this year. With his nomination, BandoBolo becomes a two-time Latin Grammy Award nominee, having earned the first in 2018.