Pouya Comes Through With ‘Who Am I To Blame?’
Pouya Who Am I To Blame: Pouya prepares us for his upcoming album “Smells Like Florida” with a lead single that talks on living life to the fullest before everything ends.
Miami-bred rapper Pouya is showing significant hometown pride with his upcoming album Smells Like Florida, and he’s jumpstarting the venture with a perky lead single titled “Who Am I To Blame?”
The track touches on a bunch of topics in just shy of two minutes, with Pouya dropping bars over a fire instrumental created by Rocci and Mikey the Magician. It begins with him “running around his city” like he’s on a GTA mission and finishes with his life on a circle while questioning passing simultaneously, and ultimately everything makes for a promising beginning to what as of now seems like a dope LP. Ideally the forthcoming material on Smells Like Florida sounds even a bit as appealing as the undertaking’s lead track.
Listen to “Who Am I To Blame?” by Pouya beneath.
I feel like my life is in a loop
I made forty thousand off the “SUCK MY DICK” interlude
Rappers, I introduce the game
That money make you switch up, that money make you change
Who am I to blame? I love switchin’ lanes
I love when it rains, take away my pain
Don’t give up my name to hoes that just want fame
Or anything to claim, dig into my brain