“Do It Right” from Farski is a mellow song about living life to its fullest, Do It Right is my rendition of the popular Latin aphorism, carpe diem. The track features production by CLYAD, a punchy hook and two smooth verses by Virginia rap group, Avon Desiar.
Farski was born in Chicago during the 1996 NBA Finals. Music was a solitary constant grounding a childhood split between Paris, Houston and Lagos. Deeply drawn to rap by the self-confidence of Tyler the Creator; Farski evolved from a timid teenager into a bass lyricist. Citing his major influences as Kanye West, Skepta, Korn and Childish Gambino, Farski delivers introspective yet captivating songs in a style that has been described as musical potpourri.