On his upbeat new track ‘What It Do,’ Bo Blitz covers late-night studio sessions, early-morning love sessions, and just about everything in between over two sharp minutes.
San Francisco artist Bo Blitz is making significant strides as he sets about getting his name out there internationally – and with singles like ‘What It Do,’ it’s easy to see why.
The artist, who originated in the Bay Area, has generated a lot of acclaim in recent years, all of it coming off the back of his raucous live performances (he was a recent finalist in the San Francisco Coast To Coast Live artist’s showcase), as well as his steady stream of song releases.
2023 has been a productive year for Bo, with the artist releasing four singles in just a few months. Among them is ‘What It Do’ – a chilled, wavy track geared as much for a club dancefloor as it is for a late-night summer drive. As with Bo Blitz’s previous singles, his flow and delivery stand head and shoulders above everything else in the song.
Bo Blitz has prioritized his rapping skills above all else. It’s safe to say that this decision is paying off, too. With his uncanny ability to switch between rapid flow rapping to more laidback bars, the closest comparison to Bo is someone like Andre 3000. He makes for fascinating listening.
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