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Last month we featured a hot new single from Farrow called “Amanda Bynes” that took the internet by storm. With heavy support from his friends, instagram influencers Taylor Caniff (3.1M Followers) and Don Benjamin (2.2M Followers) as well as boasting viral characteristics on Spotify, with 50K listeners streaming the song on average 4x each over the first 28 days of the song, Farrow is off to a really great start.
And quick with the follow up, Farrow is back with another heater titled “Way Up” that appears to have a much broader reach and sound. The single touches on the cliche but often cruel reality of when people “love you when you Way Up” as in doing well, but disappear and become less supportive.
Farrow states that ” I wrote ‘Way Up’ for everyone that’s on that come up. All my fans that aren’t getting the shine they deserve, yet. Just remember, they gon love you when you way up.”
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With his social media presence rapidly growing and his small but strong catalog on Spotify buzzing, it’s only a matter of time until we see Farrow take off globally.
Stream “Way Up” above via SoundCloud or head over and listen to the single on Spotify.
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