SAYING GOODBYE COMES NATURALLY FOR AELI
LA-based Tunisian producer AELI drops second release in new “good bye” series collaborating with some of his favorite Middle-Eastern artists.
After spending years in Dubai honing his chops as a consummate producer, AELI moved recently to Los Angeles to pursue greener pastures and it seems that has brough a new edge to his work.
In this new collaborative series, following the success of his more recent projects with Ka$h CPT and Zendon Lavo, the producer and DJ handpicked a number of artists who he has tasked with the challenge of putting certain things to rest, whether it is saying good bye to a person, or giving up on a bad habit.
The project started with the release of ‘Cry Me a Valley’ with the brilliant Seki Supervillain. Dubai-based rapper Seki SuperVillain crafts a message to a girl with whom things ended up in shambles. The result is a lyrical stanza about “Toxic relationships, manipulation and being desensitized to crocodile tears when it’s too late.” as the rapper expresses
AELI’s second collaboration is a another cracker. A fierce farewell message to his rapping competitors as he leaves them behind, ‘Apostrophes’ sees Dubai-based Srilankan JustNishan showcasing his lyrical ability to play with words, highlighting his competitive spirit.
Both tracks has so far proven a successful formula, with varied results in terms of outcome. Yet still both delivering fresh cuts that demand repeat listens.
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