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G-Wreck - Lost for the Night #Flyah Review


"Lost for the Night" is a club banger with a reggae twist; hearing the instrumental fits for the mainstream radio lane both digitally and physically. The influence behind this record reminds me of T-Pain, Drake, and Tory Lanez; a record designed for the night time vibe at a club and may lead to someone falling in love. Imagining behind the narrative of Lost for the night is a group of people in the club enjoying the drinks dancing and having a good time. If i had to rate this song on the scale of 1 to 10; i'll give it a 8 for consistency quality and replay value. 

Hailing from Newark New Jersey comes one of the most dynamic and versatile artists in sometime. Todays music industry has become wide open and undeniable. No longer are artists confined to a box, the art of hip hop has become the sound of pop music. The Rapper and the singer has become interchangeable. G-Wreck is the voice of his generation and is prepared to take his rightful place and lead the new movement. His musical influences include Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Michael Jackson and Prince. G-Wreck combines all the elements of the modern day pop star. With infectious choruses, superb melodies and timeless lyrics; all combined with a street edge and urban appeal. Growing up in one of the toughest cities in the country, G-Wreck is no stranger to adversity. G-Wreck was surrounded by crime and poverty and began at the age of fifteen to create music. He decided then that a career as a music professional could be his salvation.

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