BB Trickz releases his second EP ‘Sadtrickz’

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BB Trickz Has published Sadtrickzideal to listen to on cold and melancholic winter afternoons. A second EP that, like the first, once again consists of six songs and a duration that revolves around 11 minutes.

with this projectBelize Kazi once again reiterates that she is “The baddest in Spain”an adjective with which it was already defined in the viral missionsuicide, the single with which many of us who met her last April, after Bambi.

This album has arrived after a triple launch event held in three Madrid venues: Nave La Mosca, Sala The Bassement and Casa Encendida. These three presentations have featured an inflatable replica of the artist in the form of a six-meter doll, which is also the cover of Sadtrickz: a girl with braids and glasses sitting in the fetal position (with her knees to her chest), a typical symbol of sadness.

Among other topics, we find lil peepa single that he published on November 22. This song in question was accompanied by a video clip shot around the streets of Mexico City and directed by Edgar Esteves, responsible for other video clips such as We need to talkby Danna Paola; Princess Diana Remix, by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice; either handstand, by Doja Cat and Saweetie.

This EP once again uses seemingly simple, but catchy rhymes on very well-produced musical bases by leodaleo, Cash Cobain, set g, 1malcomflex, and even Bb Trickz herself. All of this results in a story about his first-person experience of fame, a status that he achieved practically in record time, dazzling other artists such as Karol G, C. Tangana and Rosalía, a double-edged sword about popularity, betrayal or interest.


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