‘3:33’, Raylen’s most recent creation

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Explore unique and visceral dimensions.

Raylen brings us his recent EP titled 3:33 SIDE A: Ambivalencea material composed of 9 songs that explore a renewed facet of the artist, delving into the subgenres of hip hop and R&B.

Capturing a year of personal experiences, the title arises from the contrast that exists in most of the songs, where he manages to intertwine happy rhythms with melancholic lyrics, immersing the listener in the duality of human experiences.

They say that just because you fit in is not precisely where you belong and that’s what happened with Carlos Raylen Carrera Rivera, who was part of different groups in which he did not completely fit in; what leads him to carry out his project Raylenmanaging to gain ground with its success “Flowers”an album in which he experiments with various genres and which today reaches more than 150 thousand views on Spotify.

Recommended by different media and magazines dedicated to music, Raylen has made clear the potential it has, leading to collaborations with talented artists such as Palmasur, RPLK, Bruno Meji and Espina Roja.

3:33 SIDE A: Ambivalence, is the first installment of a trilogy, where each SIDE will explore unique and visceral musical dimensions. Follow him on his social networks and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of his performances. Press play!


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