“Ben Franklin” delivers artist’s vision
Lexington, Ky. – The blue flame – called the blue star – is the hottest point of a fire. That peak of the blue is the hottest overall. Hip hop artist Blue Flame lives up to his name by being one of the hottest artists in the business and peaking even hotter than ever right now. Ironically, Blue Flame himself is a star, a self-made star and the digital release of his new single “Ben Franklin” is sure to heat up the music charts.
Hailing from the Blue(grass) state, home of the fastest two minutes in sports and the most championships in the collegiate field, Blue Flame started his musical journey on the drums at the age of five. Some time with the saxophone and performing live at the age of eight laid the foundation for a career that has included working with some of the best in his game, including Busta Rhymes, 8Ball & MJG, 112, Nappy Roots, Rico Love and Bun B, Too $hort, Pharell, Three 6 Mafia and Young Buck.
Along the way, Blue Flame has also built a reputation for producing hustler’s anthems, club banger and fast land street music. His spins have been played on SiriusXM, DatPiff, Jango, Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes and SoundCloud.
Blue Flame is not shy about his belief in his new single “I have a unique ear in regard to music. Formally being a musical engineer, I hear what most people miss. I have the ear for hit records. I know what needs to be tweaked and adjusted to make a song go platinum. My new sound is like nothing you’ve heard from Blue Flame before.”
And platinum is what Blue Flame expects from “Ben Franklin,” a single certain to bring fans to their feet.
“Everyone knows Ben Franklin,” says Blue Flame. “It’s often said to keep a surround yourself with individuals you can learn from and who have some of the same aspirations you have. I figure why not be in the company of Ben Franklin. The single drives hard with high-energy tempos, super-catchy hooks and a razor-sharp lyrical flow.”
Some mystery also surrounds the single.
“It’s kinda scary,” Blue Flame admits. “I be seeing dead faces, mostly Ben Franklin. Got me feeling some type of “haunted.” I keep seeing dead faces.”
The team behind “Ben Franklin,” Blue Flame’s next single and his upcoming album “Fast Life – Fast Lane,” features what Blue Flame calls the “dopest producers and engineers in the industry.” He promises that fans “will be trying to keep up from the moment the album spins.” Expect a mid-June release for “Fast Life – Fast Lane.”
Blue Flame’s summer tour plans are still being firmed up. For booking information, contact Blue Flame at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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