New Jersey rapper Franky Hill is gearing up to release his debut project, USER, and he recently let go of the project's first single. The track is called "Lies," and it's probably not what the listener thought when they first heard the title.
"I wanted to make a song that captured one of the biggest struggles us millennials face when dating: admitting you’re in love. Rather than create the stereotypical song about lying in a relationship, I wanted ‘Lies’ to be a feel-good, love song. Essentially I’m lying about love. Despite being scared of commitment, I’m deep in love." Franky Hill said of "Lies."
With his unique approach to naming the track comes a unique sound. It's a transparent, somewhat quirky rap track that allows the young artist to prove he brings something great to the table. Hill raps with a sound that would pair well with lyricists like Saba and Smino, while Ivy Sole strings rhymes together in a way comparable to Noname. The two team up to create a refreshing love song whose casual visuals you can check out up above.