FG Figueroa Speaks His Mind & Heart On Latest Project “Odio”

A bursting of sincerity and flawless sonic constructions is all you can hear on the latest offering titled “Odio” by FG Figueroa. Working hard on his album, The Prelude which features 7 magnificent tracks, the Florida-based Puerto Rican urban artist picked “Odio” to film spectacular visuals for. “Odio” which in Spanish means “hate” utilizes the message of persistence and perseverance to highlight that no matter what “hate” comes our way, one has the ability to manifest dreams.

As one of his mightiest sides so far, “Odio” perfectly shows his influences from Puerto Rico, the US, and the other countries that he has traveled to that have shaped the way he makes music, and enriched his sound by giving it a universal and extremely relatable aspect.

Sometimes shot in black and white, and sometimes with bright colors, the music video for “Odio” perfectly symbolizes the music’s contrast in a visual way. Showcasing South Florida’s architectural influence on FG Figueroa and making a statement to the world by his selection of attire, a “Santurce Cangrejeros” jersey of Puerto Rican baseball player Roberto Clemente, FG Figueroa demonstrates that even though he grew up in South Florida he will always be from Puerto Rico.

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