We first heard from Reniery when he appeared on The Static Dive in May of last year. The New Orleans Hip-hop artist had just dropped his debut single “La Lucha.” That track introduced one of the most creative and skilled rappers to cross this desk in some time. Born in the Big Easy to Honduran parents, his music simultaneously embraces both his Latin heritage and the rich culture of his beautiful and unique hometown.
“Woa Na” is Reniery’s third solo single, released to all major streaming services on October 7, 2020. The track finds the skilled wordsmith in top form. From the New Orleans callout of the track’s title, to his alternating bilingual verses, the talented rapper further defines his unique signature style. Over a hard Latin Hip-hop beat he rhymes positive vibes about family, culture and rising above hate with love.
As a rapper, Reniery has a cool syncopated style. He plays off the beat for some crafty sub-rhythms. A little bit of creative mixing and vocal delay adds a groovy psychedelic feel. It’s a great sound, especially when paired with his smart and thought provoking lyrics. You can hear “Woa Na” on the Deep Indie Beat playlist. Follow the links below to connect with this dynamic young artist. Get on his profiles and get in the loop on all of his current and future projects.