Piff Habanero’s freshly crafted hip-hop single Keep Flyin features clean vocals and creative production, creating a mellow flow and bold identity.
Piff Habanero, born in New York City, traveled around the country before settling in San Jose, California. Piff started rapping at the age of 20. He began performing in the Bay Area’s underground, opening for groups like GZA (Wu-Tang Clan) and Hieroglyphics. It was played at various Bay Area subway stations. Piff Habanero (a combination of childhood nicknames) was his new name in late 2018. He released his debut album, “The Piff Habanero EP,” and three more tracks later in the year. His style is melodic and introspective. His writings are both snappy and personal. In 2020, he dropped “Armageddon” alongside Evil Tha Illest. The year 2021 brought him another solo EP, “2020 Vision”, and a collaboration with Mr. Juse, “Summer.”
The single, which features an instantly pleasant atmosphere, trap beats, and mesmerizing synth melodies that rain down, makes discreet use of a few hooky lyrics for familiarity but mainly exhibits a diversity of flows and details for its brief but striking verses.
Keep Flyin maintains a stylistically humble yet lyrically confident and driven attitude and clarity. The tune is impressive lyrically, and the immersive production and piercing voice tone lure the listener in.
While the sound from a distance matches the current scene, closer inspection reveals a plethora of details to enjoy. The vocals are an important element of this, and the likes of which reach out and impress even more with each return to the track.
Whether you need a late-night hit of escapism or a motivational kick for your side hustle, the professional finish, and simple set-up let the track do its thing with ease. Well worth a listen.