By Jaci Jedrych
Tarli, the artist formerly known as EL.i.BE, drops his latest track “Heaven Sent” on May 6th.
Libyan-native, Tarli has been making waves in the Twin Cities for over a decade. His new artist name, an homage to his heritage, originates from his mother’s tribe meaning: “successful journey”. His 2017 album ‘Liberation’ was met with enormous critical acclaim and plays, followed by a national tour. ‘Heaven Sent’ is his debut single under the name Tarli— a significant transition and reclamation of his true self.
“Heaven Sent is a rebirth of myself and my artistry. This track sets the tone for the quality, type of music, and energy fans can expect from me moving forward,” said Tarli.
A metamorphosis of “both aesthetic and sound”, his latest track is as pleasant as it is playful.
Thank the man / Praying hands and a halo / I get bands but i’m still bout the pay tho / I don’t stress I finesse / Get some dough up out it / Heaven sent bitch I’m blessed
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Jaci Jedrych is a World Politics student at The Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She loves going to concerts and exploring different genres, and has a passion for arts and news writing.
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