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The LizyT Show with Angelo 316

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Angelo 316 is an exciting new artist, whose latest hit single “Bonnie’n’Clyde” is rocking streaming and listening platforms, right as we speak. Originally born D’angelo Brice, the artist now known as Angelo 316 has a wonderfully melodic quality to his music, one that appeals to music lovers everywhere. His style is laid-back, yet also hard-hitting. Together, these two qualtities combine to serve an exciting new rap style that's sure to delight, and convert you into a loyal follower. 

This laidback, yet determined quality that comes through in his music is also one of Angelo’s defining characteristics. The sort of individual who’s both calm, and confident about his musical future, and the success of his songs, Angelo 316 inspires to his listeners nothing but good vibes. And he likes it that way. 

As an artist, Angelo 316 is at times innovating, as well as focusing on long-standing and well-known themes and tropes. This breeds an exciting mix of familiarity, and foreign, that gives you the feeling you’ve known his music for ages, but also makes you want to know more. It’s definitely an unusual effect, one that many music critics have remarked upon already, with great enthusiasm. 

Influenced by anything and everything he deems interesting around him (including his native island of Bahamas), the artist manages to appeal to mature audiences, as well as youth, alike. His themes are, in many ways, universal, which contributes to his overall success. 

Angelo 316’s music bears distinct influences by artists like Chris Brown, but also comes across as unique. He’s focused on building on some older ideas of the rap greats, while also creating and defining his own style and unique sound. 

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