Florida Hip-Hop Artist Wombino Releases ‘Little Bit Of Hell’

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Taking inspiration from the late Mac Miller, Wombino has released a new single that reflects his ongoing battle with the morality of his actions and their effects on his soul. This is what makes this piece very personal and unique.

In the new release -the third single from Bino’s forthcoming album- “Little Bit of Hell” you will find an unique selection of instruments which makes this piece special.

A jazzy, mellow hip-hop track promoting the value of resisting temptation, filled with passionate trumpets and peace of mind.

His shocking reflection on whether or not he would sell his soul for success is accompanied by the song’s lovely melodies, both from the vocals and the horns. A fascinating topic that is frequently alluded to but not fully discussed in the music industry.

Recording artist Wombino was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. The best way to sum up Bino’s style, which has been influenced by a wide range of musicians, is as “a Mac Miller and Frank Ocean love child.”

As a young child he always showed an affinity for music by singing in the car which eventually led to him singing in his local church choir. That acted as a springboard for him to dive into the creative field.

He started his early entertainment carrier in Newyork and not only established himself as one of the most promising up-and-coming songwriters to watch while residing in New York, but also as quite a natural performer, graced many stages, including the prestigious SOBs in Manhattan.

One can only assume that the jazz influences in this compulsive artist’s new hip-hop single, Bino, came from his years spent living in New York City.

Watch out for this artist in 2023!

Listen and enjoy the new release “Little Bit of Hell” by Wombino below!


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