“Let’s dream of corduroy” isn’t something you hear every day but the unexpected is expected when you bump Englands own ‘Rex Orange County.‘ Rex Orange County has caught much attention after having the opening vocals on Tyler the Creator songs “Bordeom” which was one of the most stood out songs on the Grammy Nominated album “Flower Boy.” Rex Orange County was praised for his songwriting and vocals; his sound has reminded me of a Frank Ocean and Mac Demarco with a Jazz, LoFi, 70’s feel. Rex has been heavily hyped from elite artist like BADBADNOTGOOD, and Tyler The Creator; Rex is familiar with rapping and from time to time he delivers a fresh new style of rapping that some may call it “sarcastic” but Rex has stated clearly that he does not identify himself as a Rapper.
“Bcos U Will Never B Free” was his first body of work released in 2016 and he followed up with “Apricot Princess“; the media and fans consider “Apricot Princess” to be his debut body of work. “Bcos U Will Never B Free” felt like a loners romance that you can get lost in; listening to him compare heartbreaks to grass stains on jeans was elegant with a nostalgic fondness. “Apricot Princess” was a remarkable follow-up project, throughout the listen it felt like a long night of awkward emotions. Rex showed he could be illustrious with the new generation of musicians; on “Apricot Princess.” Rex single most recent single “Loving is easy” was released in October in 2017 and the single has him projected to have a great 2018; Rex Orange County outlook on life and romance is what the younger generation needs.