Friday, September 23, 2016

Mavi NYC Inspires with Single “4 A.M.”

Brooklyn, New York – Brooklyn native Andrew Cancel, known to fans as “Mavi NYC,” has always had a fierce passion for music. His career sprouted from an early knack for writing. “I was always good with writing, even as a child,” explains the artist, “It was like second nature to me.” At first, music was a hobby; and a way to escape from the everyday stresses of life. But at the encouragement of his deceased grandfather, Mavi NYC knew that music could be more than just a past time. After serendipitous events led him to witness how rap superstars the likes of French Montana and Wyclef Jean cultivated their music careers, he earned an insider’s look into the buzzing music industry. The artist was determined to begin on a musical journey all his own.  

Influenced by his Hispanic background, the artist draws inspiration from Hispanic Hip Hop legends such as Fat Joe and Big Pun (to name a few) drawing in fans with his distinctly lyrical content and catchy, clever chorus lines. His focus as of late has been writing meaningful songs that a wide range of people – young, old, and in between – can relate to. Mavi NYC recently released his newest single, his first entrance to the music game as a solo artist. The song, “4 A.M.,” is a tribute to his introduction to the music industry. “It’s about the struggle, the discouragement, there are always going to be critics. You have to keep going,”

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