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Lono Bristol With His Booming Sound "Snakes In Gotham City"

Lono Bristol’s name is synonymous with groundbreaking musical talent. Born in the Flatbush area of Brooklyn, NY, Lono Bristol was always captivated by his environment. At the age of 13 he taught himself how to play the piano and began to produce a year later. Lono quickly became a master of many trades. With the writing and production of his own songs under his belt, he dropped out of a prestigious engineering program to focus all of his talents into what he loves: Hip-Hop. Already receiving notations from magazines such as XXL and Complex, Lono Bristol has already begun to make his mark in the world of music. Even though his own musical works has been compared to the likes of Kid Cudi and Kanye West, Lono’s lyricism and atmospheric sound is the catalyst that will change Hip-Hop forever. His last EP Love N' Drugs at the Masquerade as well as his past projects will be an ample demonstration of the talent Lono was blessed with. The motivational drive within his community for music combined with the cultural inspiration of his Haitian background served as the pressure that refined him into a valuable asset to the new era of Hip-hop. Lono Bristol’s latest single “Can’t Sleep” is inspired by a common gripe that is no stranger to a creative mind, Insomnia. Plagued with sleep apnea and stresses of the world, Lono siphons his frustration by depicting his views into “Can’t Sleep”. With his newest release "Snakes In Gotham City" he projects a very booming sound that will surely captivate your ears. Starting the track with an upbeat energy leading onto his loud and bold vocals he completes the track fully. This dark and mellow vibe the track portrays would make it hard to not listen to it multiple times. Explaining the track further it's about Living in a world where money is the root to all evil. Its best to do the best for you and watch out for people whom have sneaky motives. The track would be perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Snakes In Gotham City" and check out their discography which is filled with amazing tracks.





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