Indie hip hop artist Alpha23 is on the move again and releases his brand new certified banger “Dragonfly“, that just hit the shelves this 27th of August. The buzzing rapper came into the music scene in late 2019 and has since released over 70 independently produced records, available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
Fans have been loving Alpha23’s most recently dropped anime-inspired single, “Ronin Kenshi” which has been seeing notable streaming success in its first two weeks of release and has since been picked up by multiple playlists on Spotify, as well as hundreds of news publications and blog sites.
Alpha23 continues to ride this winning streak with his newest single “Dragonfly” just released last August 27.
The hot new record leans more into a laidback style with a beat that sounds more relaxed than its predecessor’s, “Ronin Kenshi”. Alpha23 consistently showcases versatility in his style and lyrics, which range from upbeat rap bangers to smooth melodic hip hop. “Dragonfly” is one that leans slightly towards the latter, yet infused with a beat that still punches and sounds partly rap than full-on melodic.
Alpha23’s star keeps rising as he is set to drop more music in the coming months. Check out his multimillion stream producing singles, “HUH?!”, “Move On!”, “#RNS”, “Check Up”, available on all major streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Following the release of Dragonfly, fans can expect to hear more of Alpha23’s newer sound and are encouraged to learn more and sign up for updates on the rapper’s official website, https://theonlyalpha.com
Full details and links to stream the song can be found here: Alpha23 – Dragonfly
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