Bhavi releases "Puff," a single off his new album produced by Bizarrap
The song, which will be part on his new album, 'Pochoclos,' comes after the release of “Sienta bien” alongside French rapper Laylow
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When something starts with Bizarrap at the controls, there's a guarantee of quality. That's what Bhavi showed with his new single “Puff,” an aggressive and infectious hip hop hit. From the studio of the Argentine producer, the singer of Belgian origin starts: “I am a magician, I disappear.”
At that moment the "Puff" sounds, he magically disappears.
The song, which will be part of his new album Pochoclos, came after the release of “Sienta bien” with French rapper Laylow. For the latest release, he wanted to return to the home of the popular Argentinian producer Bizarrap, with whom he built a special bond. Bhavi was featured on the first BZRP Session, a YouTube series that has become one of the great platforms of international urban music in the last year.
The song "Puff," where Bhavi plays with satire and humor in a music video that sees him disappear from various crazy scenes, had been composed over a long period of time. He first previewed it years ago during a Coscu stream, but was waiting for the right moment to properly produce it and share it with fans. The music video was produced by Agus Portela, and is available on all major streaming platforms.
“We made the song with Biza more than two years ago. We intended to release it as the second BZRP Session, but eventually we dropped it,” he said.
Bhavi said he especially likes to use comedy in his videos, and that in this case "we made the satire of a movie called Jumper, which is about a kid who has the superpower of appearing and disappearing anywhere in the world."
At the end of the song, he returns to Bizarrap's studio, with whom he shares a hug.
Bhavi is one of the most popular trap singers of the moment. Based in Argentina, he began recording songs in 2017, and was signed by Mueva Records, the production company with which he continues to release his music. In 2018, he returned to his native Belgium to grow his brand and put together a tour with Coely and Dutch Norris. He also released several singles alongside other renowned artists like Duki, Ecko and Seven Kayne.
Indra Bhalavan (original name) also uploads music to his own YouTube channel, and defines himself as "someone who does what he likes and feels from the heart." In addition to Spanish, he sings in English with the intention of building bridges between South American and American trap.
“I want that when they see that a new song by Bhavi came out on YouTube, they don't expect anything, that they have an open mind. That they look for the artist beyond music. That they want to see my perspective of the world,” he recently said. He also doesn't like the label 'trapper,' and tries to project himself as a universal artist.
Among his dreams, he says that he would love to be able to collaborate with Wiz Khalifa and for Uruguay's Jorge Drexler produces a song for him. Bhavi is a self-made artist, who started his solo career recording demos on homemade hip-hop tracks. Those sounds reached producer Bad Boy Orange, and on to join Mueva Records.