Blazier – These Things Take Time (Album)

STREAM: via Apple Music/Spotify

Blazier, the melodically mythical being that’s on a mission to captivate rap fans, makes his CitrusRap debut before the Fall truly begins. This time dropping off These Things Take Time, a full body of work that acts as a teaser to what feels like something bigger in the near future. Blazier relentlessly tears apart the music game with merely nine, yet expressive and weighty tracks.

A vague presence all throughout the project, due to the message/theme behind the project. Blazier is the perfectionist of surreal rap and soul. These Things Take Time is like the idea of “Jacob’s Ladder” put to rhyme and blues. Vivid tales of love lost, turmoil, confusion and triumph. Like a bizarre hybrid of rap, falsetto notes and a psychological thriller flick. This could REALLY be the score to something of an indie film!

For this very situation, Blazier called upon the perfect composers for These Things Take Time. Producers giving that dark, dreamlike ambiance to the project, each in their own style and respect to the star artist.

The introduction is a short, yet intense experience, titled “Insomnia”. The latter called “Memento Mori” a distressing track that is as heavy and powerful as it’s title. Followed by our staff favorite, “Lamb Truck”, a brash hitting psalm. “Losing Myself” is a mourning track of one’s own self love. With only 14 tracks and each track is as hard as the last, it’s impossible pick and pull out this pot. It’ll be best for you to do as we say and play These Things Take Time in it’s entirety. Back to back to back to back.

Today is no day different from any other day when we tell you to keep your eyes and ears locked onto someone that we feature. These Things Take Time is a poignant masterpiece by Blazier. Don’t just use the links above to stream this project, be sure to share buttons it as well and gift as many people as possible with this great and emotion packed music.

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