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Spiffie Luciano’s New Album “Buried Emotions” Is Now Available On All Streaming Platforms

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Los Angeles native, Spiffie Luciano, has finally released his highly anticipated debut album “Buried Emotions” under the record label Bad Azz Music Syndicate, founded by rapper Boosie Badazz and Taquari “TQ” Hatch. The album was released on January 20, 2023, and is now available on all streaming platforms.

Growing up in South Central Crenshaw District, Spiffie Luciano has been a fixture in the rap scene for some time, but it is only now that he is beginning to receive the recognition he deserves. As one of the first LA rappers to create mixtapes featuring a variety of well-known artists, Luciano has always been one to collaborate and help shine a light on up-and-coming talent.

“Buried Emotions,” Luciano’s new album, showcases a diverse array of prominent artists including Boosie, Money Man, BIG30, OMB Peezy, Tootie Raww, and many others. One of the standout tracks on the album is “I Don’t Like U,” which features the late Drakeo the Ruler. The album is comprised of 18 tracks, each one offering a unique style and a raw and emotional journey through storytelling. This album is a great start to 2023 for the rising star, and it showcases many great features.

On his Instagram account, Luciano shared the cover art for his album “Buried Emotions” along with a message. In his caption, Luciano expressed his pride in the album, stating “Proud of myself!! This for the pain, this for the losses. This for y’all.” He went on to encourage fans to listen to the album and “just feel where I’m coming from.” Luciano also urged fans to show their support by purchasing the album on iTunes and promoting it on social media. He also thanked Boosie, for believing in him. He stated that he is “the new voice of LA” and speaks for his fans. Luciano’s message is a clear indication of the passion and dedication he has put into creating this album, and his fans are sure to respond positively to it.

The album tracks include Grandma Skinny “I Promise” (Intro), Spiffie Hard (feat. Boosie Badazz), Let Me Know, Whattup (feat. Money Man & BIG30), They Dont Want None, Bigg Dogg (feat. Boosie Badazz & Tootie Raww), Uncle Kendon Know the Truth (Interlude), Shoot It Out (feat. Boosie Badazz & Whittney Skyee), Dear Daddy, Miss My N****s, Survived War (feat. OMB Peezy & Gudda Mack), War In My City (feat. Teezy, DaBully & BryanhurstBaby), I Don’t Like U (feat. Drakeo the Ruler), Whats Beef?, Letter 2 Boosie, Feeling Like the Man (feat. Tootie Raww), Why They Hate On Me, Aroma (feat. Cobby Supreme) and Hoodstar Remix (feat. Boosie Badazz & Snap Dogg).

Bad Azz Music Syndicate, which Luciano is now signed to, is a record label founded by Boosie Badazz and Taquari “TQ” Hatch. With the release of Luciano’s album “Buried Emotions,” it is clear that Bad Azz Music Syndicate is the go-to label for rising talent in the rap industry.

Meanwhile, Luciano has already established a dedicated fanbase on social media, with his fans recognizing his unique talent and potential as a rising star in the industry.

With the release of “Buried Emotions” and the support of Dilemaradio, broadcasting his music globally, Luciano is well on his way to becoming a household name in the hip-hop music industry. Overall, Spiffie Luciano’s debut album “Buried Emotions” is a must-listen for fans of the hip-hop genre.

The highly-anticipated album “Buried Emotions” by Spiffie Luciano is now available for purchase on iTunes for dedicated fans who wish to show their support for the artist and own a physical copy of the album.

Watch the official music video for Luciano’s track “Whattup” featuring Money Man and Big30.

Written by: Silvia Tine

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