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My Life Brazy is a collection of songs by St. Louis trap-soul rapper Farlin Ave. The production is exclusively handled by industry producers such as Basement Beats (Nelly), Yung Lan (Fetty Wap), Doughboy Beatz (Shy Glizzy), and a blend of hungry, up-and-coming producers, which allows the project to float freely throughout the highs and lows of a young Black male discovering himself, while dealing with everyday life: the losses, heartbreak, fame, family, God, gangs, the 9 to 5, incarceration, college, racism, sex, drugs, & money.

His relatable and trippy lyrics have captured the attention of fans, blogs, radio stations, & labels around the world, and his calm delivery and knack for off-the-wall melodies make this album the perfect backdrop for throwing back shots, working out at the gym, or even just vibing out in the trap.

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Listen to what other people are saying about Farlin Ave…


DJ Smallz – “You can compete with the majors on this type of sound”


Rich Dollaz (VH1’s Love & Hip Hop) – “I thought it was a decent record…”


Brad “Dirt” Horne (Grand Hustle) – “Boy this thang hitting too”


Jayson “KoKo” Bridges (Grammy Award producer at Basement Beats) – “I liked.”

Jake Broido (Warner Music Group) – “I think you have a really interesting rap voice…”

Jessica Lussenhop (Riverfront Times) – “The greater mission is to give back to the city and the community that helped him get his life straight.”

James Clark (Better Family Life) – “This is the savior of black America.”