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Mistuh – ‘Rockstar’

by Thomas Bedward October 07, 2021

Mistuh – ‘Rockstar’

A rising talent taking on the modern rap scene, Mistuh has spent the last few years refining his sound and championing a unique, rough-and-ready style. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Mistuh first make his mark online six months ago, taking to Soundcloud to unleash a heavy string of singles like ‘Doubts’ and ‘SMH’. Since then, he’s continued to expand his sound and reach, kicking up the dust and igniting the airwaves with a stream of heavy new cuts like ‘Rockstar’.

Armed with a powerful vocal presence and harmonic flows that gravitate towards anyone with a keen ear for rap, trap, or classic hip-hop, Mistuh has drawn praise from fans and critics alike, combining bold instrumentals and rampant beats with sharp, self-aware lyrics.

The third in a trilogy of releases that have recently appeared on Mistuh’s Spotify page, ‘Rockstar’ is arguably his most impressive, lashing out with slick beats and an unyielding vocal track. With literally thousands of comments, likes, and streams already, the new single has blown up since its release one month ago, rightfully earning itself a spot on our annual Spotify and Soundcloud playlists.

Easily one of the hardest independent artists that Florida has to offer, ‘Rockstar’ sees Mistuh reaching his full potential, creating a bold, progressive rap sound that proves his talents perfectly. Check out the new single below.

Available now on Spotify and Soundcloud, ‘Rockstar’ sees Mistuh continuing to impress his fans and critics with ease, earmarking him as one of this generation’s next great artists. Tune in to the new track above and make sure you follow Mistuh on his pages below, so you never miss a release.

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