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Schlish paves his own lane with “Abandoned” video release

Schlish returns with Abandoned music video

Schlish, who hails from Washington, DC, is in sixth gear. As artists are getting acquainted with the fresh new year, Schlish is wasting no time. He is already dropping hot tracks and forcing his peers to keep up. Recently, he dropped off a new visual called “Abandoned.” This is a flaunty new song that showcases Schlish’s skills in a way audiences haven’t seen yet. The song details the life he wants to “abandon,” in order to pursue greater things to achieve success for himself and his family.

Schlish has already been applying pressure, this year, alone. Only twenty plus days in, Schlish is dominating the game. The Washington, DC artist pairs storytelling, transparency, and soul into his rhymes. In addition, he has released three new tracks over the past few months. Trust that there is much more to come from Schlish, whose name means laid back.

With his new music, Schlish has put himself on the radar in 2023, for artists to look out for.

“I plan to release very often,” he admits in a recent interview.

The track, “Abandoned,” is about Schlish prevailing despite the odds. Schlish is cognizant his upbringing plays a major role in his music content.

“Though I’m in a negative upbringing, I want people to know you can believe in yourself,” he says. “Because music is my outlet to vent and to say how I feel, most of my songs are based on situations in my life or other people’s lives I’ve been around. A better life inspires me to get my family in a better position to see them win.”

“My sound is just real, I can give you goosebumps with my stories, and I can be the voice for the people,” he continued.

Schlish returns with Abandoned music video

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