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Monday, March 29, 2021

Blahza drops new track "Scared of Heights"

03/14/2021 11:19:24 AM

Rising hip-hop star Blahza pushes his sound to a more palatable direction with his latest song titled Scared of Heights

Released on all digital and streaming platforms worldwide through the SG-based indie label Umami Records, this new track dives deep into themes of romantic nostalgia and pandemic anxiety to create something that matters in the broadest sense.
“It’s not easy to admit when you don’t have courage, but it’s so relatable because we all fall short in some aspects, especially love—when the past year has made interactions very limited,” Blahza revealed in a statement.
This hip-hop artist puts into perspective how important the song meant to him, as well as how its message could resonate the most to music fans of all stripes. 
“So many of us don’t take the opportunity to even say hi to someone we’re are crushing on for fear of rejection or making ourselves look dumb. This song is about finally saying hello and starting that dream relationship you want and can provide.”
According to Blazha, Scared of Heights is a personal anecdote of him being infatuated with someone in his teenage years. 
“All the times growing up when I was really into a girl who was in my class and didn’t know how to tell her that I liked her,” explained the multi-talented rapper/producer. “The countless memories imagining what I would say when I finally built up the courage.”
Tucked somewhere between Plain White T’s alternative pop leanings and Post Malone’s titanium-grade hooks, the rising hip-hop artist and songwriter embraces his more vulnerable side in songwriting and drops memorable verses over moody but immaculate production. 

With its icy breeziness and stripped-down appeal, “Scared of Heights” easily ranks as one of his most accessible yet earnestly compelling releases so far, firmly establishing himself as one of the formidable forces on this side of Asian-American rap.

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