Cloudy Wingz’s new track “WeatherMan” kicks into gear with identity-soaked lyrics for motivation and personal strength, driving with an unexpectedly up-front, gritty, and captivating vocal line, supported by a strangely distant, uniquely original atmosphere.
Cloudy Wingz is an award-winning rapper, entrepreneur, and investor. He was born in Port au Prince, Haiti, but was adopted and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. His diverse real-life experiences motivate the desire he brings to his songs.
Meeting with major labels and being interviewed on national television about his life accomplishments are among Cloudy Wingz’s impressive achievements.
2pac, Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti, Drake, Lil Baby, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, 50 Cent, TI, Gucci Mane, Young Dolph, and Young Jeezy have all influenced Cloudy Wingz.
“WeatherMan” begins with a dramatic and passionate musicality but swiftly transforms into something frenetic and multi-layered. The music and vocal flow complement each other here, adding to the sensation of colorful chaos that you instantly identify as the Cloudy Wingz sound. The song’s hook provides a welcome respite as well as a soulful moment of memorability. The single follows with a more traditional rap beat — a haunting theme, distant and soft, and a relatively delicate vocal delivery to match. The words move in a different rhythm, reacting to and working with the energy of the underlying beat.
As the song progresses, superb production meets mesmerizing hip hop rhymes and a steady level of authenticity and insight that adds far too much to the overall experience. “WeatherMan” is all of this, gentle at first, then ingeniously using juxtaposition to make those verses stand out and the hook hit hard. Cloudy Wingz’s words are hypnotic. His voice has weight and passion — you absorb it all with ease. Thus it feels genuine, emotional, and easy to let go. This level of quality and contemplation is quite refreshing at present, but it shows no signs of stopping down throughout the song.