Flortcha Flow is a young debuting artist based in South Florida. Flortcha was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and her music reflects her multi-cultural influences. She became infatuated with music from the moment she could speak, and her lyrical style has the ability to take you on your own emotional journey. Today, her music is influenced by Emeline Michel, Amy Winehouse, Etta James, and Sade. You can follow her work on all musical platforms, Instagram, and Facebook.
Her newest video is called WAR, and it brings to light how important some issues going on in the world are currently. The song talks about how much struggles that Covid 19 is bringing to many nurses, and goes on to talk about how this virus is causing issues for all. The song is made to impact a broad range of audiences and is truly inspiring. I strongly recommend you watch it below!
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Soft Punch, aka Rye Thomas, of Washington D.C. released his debut album, Above Water on September 15th, after years of working on it.
The album is a labor of love that Soft Punch, the stage name of Rye Thomas, has been working on for years since the diagnosis of his chronic illness. It takes you through the highs and lows, mourning the freedom lost, and celebrating the things that he is grateful for in his day to day life. I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to him about his process of writing the album.
The titles of albums are the first thing that an artist sees. That, and the artist’s name. When I first heard the name ‘Soft Punch’, I was intrigued. It was gentle but intentional. “I don’t know if I had a specific ‘A-ha, Lightbulb’ moment, but I was interested in words that sound good together and have multiple meanings,” Thomas said. “It’s a gentle hit, and a nonalcoholic punch. It’s the image of something harsh and something soft is interesting to me. I think I lucked out.”