Y'all shoot to kill, but you can't kill joy, and that's on Ramaj Eroc and his rawly real track Why Lie?
Each verse has a shine to it despite the dim, problematic scenario Ramaj expresses; he effortlessly creates resonance and delivers a solution in the form of clearing out fakeness with a simple poof. We've got another work of audible art on this one.
He's creatively experimenting with a rollercoaster of tones, ad libs, and an animated delivery that adds to the visual and sonical storytelling; it's what makes Ramaj stand out—his ability to do everything in a ray of colourful sound is far from monotonous.
Why Lie? comes to terms with reality—the one where you realize not everyone moves like you, and some get a kick out of spreading false narratives. Connections crumble and people fade away, and it's all while God works in mysterious ways. Ramaj Eroc sets the record straight, and God clears the path of any hate, obstacles, road blocks, and one-way streets—it's all being removed as Ramaj speaks.
"What I noticed in this life is that no matter where you go, there's going to be people who'll make up things about you for absolutely no reason. They'll lie and paint a picture of you to others for their own selfish reasons. People will even lie to others about being your friend or close to you. I was thinking about this question: Who loves you more? Someone who lies to you or someone who tells you the truth? The title and meaning of this song can go many ways." - Ramaj Eroc
The rhythmic, upbeat production immediately sets the tone against the vocally aggressive backdrop. Produced by Ramaj, the beat has a nonchalant vibe towards the content of the song, essentially enhancing its impact.
"I got a royalty-free sample loop and went to work on FL Studio. I just wanted to make something extremely smooth. I've always been a fan of extremely jazzy songs, and this loop absolutely fits what I was looking for." - Ramaj Eroc
Ramaj Eroc has recently released his first acoustic song and has more singles and visuals on the way. Stay tuned for his back-to-back drops, and keep Why Lie? in your rotation.