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Posty by Lewis Kelly

 



If you're a regular around here then you will know that I think very highly of Lewis Kelly and I truly believe he is going to make it big one day. This man has immense talent, and he knows how to make an incredible track. So of course, when I saw that he was releasing a new track I was proper excited, this track is called Posty, and like his two previous releases it's phenomenal! 

With a listening time of just over 2 minute, it packs a lot more of a punch than expected. I actually think this is my favourite track Lewis has released from the 3, it's got such a cool vibe to it, and an incredible track. I love the beat of this track, and it's a song I can easily listen to on repeat for hours and not get bored. 

It's a song that when you listen to it on repeat blends so seamlessly, it's an incredible song, with incredible vocals. The vibes of this song are just insane, and it's such an enjoyable song to listen to. The sound isn't dissimilar to Unemployed and hurting you is inevitable, but it's also different. The sound is the same sort of vibe, but this one is a bit more up beat, it packs more of a punch, and that's saying something considering the fact that I thought really highly of Lewis' last two tracks, so I've got to admit, this is a great song, and if you do like your lo-fi pop, and some laid back tracks that are also really incredible and engaging to listen to, then you need to check out this track and Lewis' previous two tracks if you haven't done so already. Honestly, such an incredible track, and such an incredible artist. 

Overall, I'm really impressed with this track, and I think it's incredible, it's definitely worth checking out, because I think it's a fairly universal track, and as long as you have even a moderate interest in Lewis' sort of music, then I think you'll be pretty impressed. 

It's just a great track, and I'm so incredibly proud of Lewis and I want to see him achieve big things, because he deserves it! Super lovely person who makes super incredible music, so his music is definitely worth checking out. 

I have to give Posty a solid 5 out of 5 lemons, who doesn't love a song named after Post Malone? But honestly, such an incredible song and I cannot recommend it enough, definitely my favourite of the 3 tracks Lewis has releases so far! 

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