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Sleepy Lexx With His Upbeat Track "Save me" (Tyler Herro Remix)

upcoming artist Sleepy Lexx is a Bahamian rapper, singer, and songwriter, who has evolved into one of the greatest artists of his home country, The Bahamas. Lexx's childhood was heavily influenced by music. His family is well known for music, with his father being the nationally recognized musician, Dillian "D'Mac" Mckenzie. According to Lexx, being immersed in a musical family forced his ability to be musically diverse with various genres that set him apart from other rappers and artists. Eventually, he launched his musical career with numerous self-released singles that received considerable recognition. In 2017, Sleepy Lexx released the critically acclaimed single, 'Gyal', that saturated the airways of the Bahamas. Through the achievement of this single, he was nominated for the 2018 Bahamas Elevation Awards' "New Artist of the Year". With his unique sound, Sleepy Lexx continued increasing in popularity and released other singles such as 'Slaves' and 'Benihana'. Running with success, he was soon featured on rap artist Foots' internationally known single, 'Jetski'. Sleepy Lexx has received nominations for the second time for his role in 'Jetski' at the 2019 Bahamas Elevation Awards. Those categories are 'Music Video of the Year' and 'Hip-Hop Song of the Year'. Following the release of his newest single "Save Me" he projects a very upbeat track that will surely get your body moving. Starting the track with a booming beat leading onto his loud and luscious vocals he completes the track fully. Explaining the track further it's about just enjoying life and trying to fight your battles and be the best person you can be no matter what outcomes. To the vocals and production this track portrays an overall great sound that will surely grasp your attention. Being just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Save Me" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.



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