RICHARD OROFINO Drops Stunning Alt-Pop Masterpiece FAKE ME

“It's about your own doppelganger. The self-punishing evil twin that constantly tries to convince you that what you believe to be truthful about yourself, is wrong. I live in this dilemma a lot, where I have some sort of issue involving myself and then decide to confide in myself only to find I’m my own biggest enemy.”
21 June 2021

By Fulcio F

Brooklyn has a new alt-pop star, and he goes by the name of Richard Orofino. With music that more than matches the smoothness and guile of his surname, Orofino blends between auto-tuned vocals with trippy synths and lo-fi beats, with a hip-hop and trap flow that’s simply undeniable in his latest offering Fake Me. He’s already a sought-after talent, having collaborated with some of the most credible creatives in the US, and it’s very easy to see why this is.

Reminiscent of The Japanese House, Orofino channels an electronic and funky bassline, coupled with his energetic and melodic flow which floats seamlessly between rhymes. Fake Me is a statement record from the young multifaceted troubadour – also providing a vision for his art too, showing his dedication to the cause, and creating music that relates to all with ease. Be sure to keep tabs on Richard Orofino otherwise he’ll fly past you.

Richard explains the meaning behind Fake Me: “It’s about your own doppelganger. The self-punishing evil twin that constantly tries to convince you that what you believe to be truthful about yourself, is wrong. I live in this dilemma a lot, where I have some sort of issue involving myself and then decide to confide in myself only to find I’m my own biggest enemy.”

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