King Bliss and Potent Release New Single “FIRE”


Toronto-Jamaican rapper King Bliss is an emerging underground emcee from the west end of Toronto who has released the single “Fire” with world singer Potent.

This energetic single effectively represents what both of the artists stand for and is a great look into their respective musical styles. King Bliss is a smooth and sophisticated storyteller who draws upon the power of lyrical poetry over sounds that combine elements of reggae, afro-beat, jazz and hip-hop. This is represented by the grit of his verses in the song which shows off the narrative inducing ability of King Bliss in conjunction with his sonic talent to draw upon numerous styles; holistically creating ear worm-inducing verses. Potent compliments this with melodies and a memorable hook that keeps the listener enthused and engaged during the whole audible experience.


Ultimately, this song proves a bright future for both artists. King Bliss has already made a name for himself in Toronto’s underground hip-hop scene and — with his large skill set — it is only a matter of time before he emerges more into the spotlight. He has the authenticity; creating music that incorporates his lived experiences and genuine desire for greatness. Furthermore — as this song and previous single “Prom Night” represent — he definitely has the talent.

Check out the single and video over here

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