As we consistently look for new music and artists to listen to, we have found ourselves in the land down under. Australia's Friday Santana is beginning to buzz with his contemporary R&B tracks and lyricism. Friday Santana accompanies his listeners through music about previous toxic relationships, drugs, love, and the heartbreak which follows.
Santana began releasing music back in 2018 with the initial release of "Evil Girls." The track, over time, began to gain traction and now has over four hundred thousand plays. Additionally, the song also has three hundred thousand views on YouTube under the Promoting Sounds music platform. The reaction from the song was nothing short of positive and reassuring that Santana's career will flourish with hard work and persistence.
Comments included "Fire song and the first one I've heard from this guy," "Love this! You always kill it with the song choices," and "I found another masterpiece." The song uses the same sample from Sting's "Shape Of My Heart." This sample is the same song from Juice WRLD's infamous song "Lucid Dreams."
Santana's initial releases eventually led him to collaborate with Ski Mask The Slump God and Traedakidd on "Uh Uh." The song quickly gained popularity on Spotify, gaining over four hundred thousand streams. While the music was initially recorded in early 2018, it was released until October 2019. The song features a catchy, bouncy rhythm. Quick rhymes from both Ski Mask, Santana, and Traekidd leave a solid impression on the listener. Be sure to tune in below!