Reyn Hartley exploded onto the scene with his viral single “Snitch,” which accumulated over 25 million streams to date. The rising star arrives with a sound you’ve never heard, inspired by the 50’s and 60’s era of doo wop records and bands like The Flamingos and Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers. Bringing his own energy and style into the music industry, he returns with his newest single titled “Bow.”
“Bow” is a direct message for all those whom Hartley says have called him weak or tried to hold him back, claiming he’d never be successful in life. With lyrics aimed at Georgia’s father, who he’s described as “monstrous,” the songwriter has pivoted the record to a broader meaning, making it widely relatable to anyone who’s finding their footing in life.
Speaking exclusively on the song, Hartley states, “I have all these flashbacks of tracking each part live in the studio, sitting there shaking my head like “damn I love this.” That’s what the song does for me. It’s that raw grit you can’t fake like in all that overproduced pop music. That grit carries into your headspace when you listen like ‘okay cool, I’m not tolerating this anymore. Let me go confront that person and make them understand what’s up.’”
Fans can look forward to Reyn’s forthcoming debut album titled Georgia, which chronicles his journey for the last few years of his life.