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This weeks track is Tired from SoundCloud singer/rapper NO1. 

The song features vocals from NO1 over a moody guitar beat. He sings about women and his feelings towards love and life. Similar to artists as NAV and Travis Scott, he uses vocal effects to enhance his voice and bring a certain vibe to his music. Lyrics are representative of most new artists, but what separates NO1 from others is his unique flow and voice. 

The addictive beat and NO1's style makes for an addicting song and is why it is this weeks addition to the playlist. The song comes from his EP "Free Drugs". This EP will mostly appeal to younger generations as the lyrics are repetitive; but enjoyable if you surround yourself with similar tracks. 

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About The Curator - Nikola Batinic

Nikola Batinic  - Music to Curator

Nikola Batinic is from San Jose, California and is currently pursuing a degree in economics at Sonoma State University. 

His music taste is centered around hip-hop, R&B, trap, house, chill, alternative rap, and punk rock. He was influenced by the radio and what others would play around him growing up. Nikola is addicted to Soundcloud and has attended over 50 events ranging from hip-hop concerts, reggae festivals, and raves. A few of his favorite artists are The Weeknd, Rebelution, XXYYXX, Hucci, Trippie Redd, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Misogi, SiR, and Future.

Nikola's goal in life is to spread positivity and enjoy music. Eventually, he wants to work for the music industry, travel the world, and get a post-graduate degree. For the time being, he plans to live life day by day, surround himself with amazing people, and listen to amazing music. 

 

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