The promising Seattle rapper and songwriter Muhlatto makes his new rap song ‘Use Me’ is about the agonizing effect of betrayal that changes every relationship with time.
Following the footsteps of the iconic American rappers, Muhlatto chooses to stay real to his music and fans by writing songs about the real nightmares he has lived from a young age. His latest hip hop track ‘Use Me’ is a masterpiece that demonstrates the fiddles he had to deal with and that wounds of backstabbing he had to heal with time. The rap song touches on pain, paranoia, and distrust that made him a stronger man at the end of the day.
Anthony James Cazinha, better known as Muhlatto has a bitter past as he was left to live in a foster home for years. Luckily after a couple of heartbroken journeys, he was adopted by the deserving parents who pushed him to excel his passion in music and helped him to become a fine man. His adolescent years are stitched with grotesque experiences that have built him up with impeccable rationality.
‘Use Me’ is tailored with unbelievable rap flow of the young artist that gives goosebumps. The emotional immediacy is undeniable from the wordplay of the track. His resounding continuity of rapping the bleeding words has the power to appeal to any generous heart. The rap rants in the song only prove that small changes matter in a way in life. His songs are available on every platform including Spotify, youtube.
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