Kazi Delivers an Anthem For the "real ones"

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Kazi's latest is a hyperpop beast of a track. With "real ones" landing on playlist after playlist and quickly gaining traction since its initial release, it's safe to say that Kazi is officially back and stronger than ever. In the span of one minute, the rising artist deftly captures your attention and never lets go.

If you're unaware of who Kazi is, let us formally introduce you to the New York native taking the East Coast by storm. Building a unique brand of pop, the producer, singer, and songwriter pulls influence from artists like Swae Lee to Speaker Knockerz to Springsteen. With a vast amount of genre-bending tracks, Kazi has proved himself a diverse emerging artist, in addition to setting the course to establish himself as a notable songwriter behind-the-scene.

"real ones" serves as an anthemic gesture of gratitude to the friends, family, and people who have stuck by him through his downtime. Throughout the track's short duration, he shifts seamlessly between expressing the importance of persevering through trials and appreciation for those that share his drive. The 100 gecs-evoking production creates a hyperbeast of a track, bound to release a burst of adrenaline through your veins.

Listen to  "real ones" below:

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