Seth Dyer rises above disapproval and doubt on his new single “Fall”
Toronto, ON – As he gears up to enter the new year, Seth Dyer just released a new heavy hitting record titled “Fall” that will have you keeping your eyes focused on him. Accompanied by dark, bass filled production, the Toronto-raised artist finds himself speaking about being doubted and still rising above to come out on top. The song shows the duality of serious issues in the world like gun violence and domestic abuse, contrasted against the self-motivated goals often depicted in rap music.
On “Fall” he raps, “I don’t need opinions, I listen to my gut/You listen to people, and I listen to god/Seems like advising comes with heavy prices, and all the advice just adds to my vices.” You can feel the passion through his bars, and his drive to push for something bigger. But where he really shines on this track is on the chorus that’ll have you coming back for multiple listens and shows Seth’s versatility as a songwriter as well as rapper. He switches up his flow and gives us something a little thicker and with more substance than what we get from the mainstream. Check the self-produced single below.
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