USA based Rich Furniss continues his rollout nicely with a 2nd release he is titling “Let Me Work.” The track followed up, “I’ll Be There,” which was released this past October by friend and collaborator Apollo XO. Like his debut original, “Let Me Work,“ nails a spicy house vibe that trots forward with an ambitious fever. The instrumental aspect that comes out as the moments move forward is one of spiritual energy. It’s not until the verses of Chris Crack come into the picture that “Let Me Work,” ascends to a new plateau. The verses replace what is more commonly a soulful r&b topline on a beat like this. The unique design that Rich Furniss and Chris Crack decided to do in this case was a risk worth taking, the two parts working well off each other and both build toward a more memorable experience.
For Rich Furniss, this alias is the latest extension of many projects the artist has been a part of. He’s done work with NYC artists, using YouTube and his video creation skills to give a platform to underrated talent who deserve it. Alongside this, he’s gone under a different artistic name, MopTop, where he garnered a whole other level of success his way.
Rich Furniss gives the impression that he’s taking full advantage of his dynamic, well-rounded experience in various aspects of the industry to kick off a fresh project right. “Let Me Work,” is a strong 2nd single and will most likely be leading to more to come.
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