A track with no boundaries: ‘Fuchsia Flowers’ is the latest release from Chicago based artist Clas.

Chicago based artist Clas. is back with his latest single, Fuchsia Flowers. ​​Taken off his upcoming project titled ‘Club Broken-Hearted’, Clas. describes his newest single as having no boundaries, being heavily inspired by a mixture of genres, alternative, grunge rock and hip-hop to name a few. His music is innovative and original whilst still finding a place in the market.

‘Fuchsia Flowers’ lives up to this unique sound by blending Indie instrumentals with Hip Hop vocals to create a powerful tune that keeps you hooked. It starts out with dramatic guitar then progresses into a hard hitting beat that continues to build throughout. With the addition of his honest lyrics drawn from personal experiences, Clas. lets the listener in to really feel what he sings.

His interest in music stems from a childhood of listening to his fathers record collection, including major artists like JAY Z, Notorious BIG and Rakim. As his taste evolved he began appreciating other genres, with R&B, punk, alternative, pop and grunge making a huge impact on his musical decisions. Now we see his style focused on the idea of no limitations with his music hinting at influences like Linkin Park, Radiohead and Nirvana.

Alongside the release of ‘Fuchsia Flowers’, Clas. will soon be releasing the music video which cleverly ties together the song and visual with an aesthetic similar to artists like the Weeknd and Khalid.

Clas. is no stranger to success after some of his previous songs being heard by over 20k listeners, these include FLAME XXIII and KNOW taken off his 2016 release ‘Lone. Black. Wolf.’ With the release of newest single Fuchsia Flowers, he hopes it will be his biggest release yet, presenting a new sound into the industry.

‘Fuchsia Flowers’ is available to purchase now from Apple Music and stream via all major digital outlets.

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