Relself makes good use of an Adult Swim bumper and gets phonetically busy with rhyme schemes in his new single "Playin Catch-Up".
There are people that want to be rappers for the fame and fortune but then there are people that rap because it's a more of an artistic need; meet Relself. Inspired by Talib Kweli & DJ Hi-Tek's 'Train Of Thought' album, Relself was drawn into Hip-Hop in his late teens by writing raps & making beats as a personal therapy.
Inevitably in his early 20s, he started putting together songs and has been hooked to creating music ever since. Lyrically, Relself doesn't aim to impress but more to express with complex rhyme schemes, vocal dexterity, and abstract content all while delivering his point of view gained from his life experiences.
Production wise, Relself experiments with any sound that catches his ear and pushes his creativity from one track to the next sampling genres such as Classical, R&B, Smooth Jazz, and even Electronica. With no boundaries and no restrictions, Relself is a definite artist to check out if you're looking for something new whether you're a Hip-Hop lover or just love music.