Fuego Flames Sets the Music Industry Ablaze with “3VIL”

Sometimes being the hero isn’t in our best interest. Fuego Flames chooses to take the opposite path. His real name is Devohn Harris, and he was born on August 16th, 1997. He is a rapper representing his hometown, Aurora, Colorado. He made his first impact on the local scene by joining the music collective World Movement in 2013, alongside one of his main affiliates to this day, Masta Pharaoh. Some of his career highlights include being interviewed on the Colorado podcast show, “Turnt Up TV,” and performing as an opener for Californian rapper Phora during one of his Denver tour stops. The song “3VIL” was released through World Movement Productions and was produced by Masta Pharaoh. The song also serves as the eleventh track from his newest album, “VAMPIRE KING: The Daybreaker and The Nightstalker” which dropped on Jun 18, 2021.

The song features trap instrumentation and an atmospheric, almost overpowering chord progression. During the song’s runtime, Fuego describes the reckless lifestyle and dangerous nightlife that his career has led him to. He discusses how his contemporaries are incapable of being as “evil” as him. The most noticeable reference in the song appears during the chorus’ refrain, where Fuego compares himself to Evel Knievel, an American stunt performer and daredevil. Another noteworthy reference in the chorus is an interpolation of Playboi Carti’s 2020 song, “Stop Breathing.” Fuego cites his main influences: Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and Tyler The Creator, as they inspired him to find his own sound. This banger track leaves us at Grooverelly with a question. Will Fuego Flames live up to his mantra and “BE SUCCESSFUL?” We hope to hear more content from Fuego Flames in the near future. Let us know if Fuego leaves a solid first impression below!

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