Rarri Dream returns with a new name and infectious hip-hop project, 'They'll Love Me Again'

In music, just like life, the ability to adapt to circumstances around you and reinvent yourself is invaluable. Hailing from Georgia, rising rapper Rarri Dream understands this notion well, as his time under his previous moniker, FF Rarri was met with acclaim and generated a notable buzz on the underground markets. Looking to evolve into something more, he checks back into our pages with his infectious new album, They'll Love Me Again.

Clocking in at 28-minutes, They'll Love Me Again is a melodically driven project that finds it's footing through it's concise runtime, which allows for the project to be replayed without much notice at all. Throughout the 10-tracks, Rarri highlights the knack for melodic progression that has garnered his aforementioned buzz. Tracks like "See Through," and "I Know" showcase his unique type of lyrical poise and confidence that have evolved from his past releases. Taking advantage of low-stakes, stripped down production, he utilizes the space to present his aforementioned strengths in a more polished way than in previous releases. Perhaps most impressive, though, is the fact that the project only has one feature in Yung Bino, which allows for Rarri to really speak to his fans in what is obviously a transitional period for him, albeit a good one. 

With a new name and a new project, it's becoming increasingly apparent that Rarri Dream is looking to take the next step. Check out his album above and get familiar with the Georgia native.

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