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Washington D.C. Rapper Aria Drops, “Ion Die”

by The Alchemist

ARIA is a 21-year old rapper, songwriter and producer from Washington, D.C. He is a student at American University, and he turned down multiple scholarship offers so that he was able to focus on music while going to school. In the last 12 months, ARIA’s releases amassed more than 30 million cumulative streams across digital platforms; going viral on Global Shazam, Apple, iTunes and Deezer charts, and hitting the #1 spot on Hype Machine. The love of this quickly rising artist’s gifts have spilled into every other facet of the music industry; after signing to Waves With Words under the Grammy Award Winning Producer & Engineer, DJ Swivel, 2020 is poised to be a breakout year for this rising star!


His newest track is called, “Ion Die” produced by Grammy award winning producer DJ Swivel and Sermstyle. Aria drops some very memorable bars on the track that are stated in a flow that get stuck in your head even when the song is over. Check it out below.  The song starts with the hook singing, “Tear this club by its sides, like 11:45, told you way too many times, sh*t ain’t right, Ion Die, Ion Die” and I can guarantee your head will be nodding within seconds of listening to this portion. The beat makes the listener imagine they are jumping up and down in a crowd full of people, despite most people likely listening in a very isolated area during their quarantine. Check out the track below!

The Alchemist

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