You Need To Hear This: Wavy Maliano, “Where Was You”

You Need To Hear This: Wavy Maliano, "Where Was You"

New York-based rapper, Wavy Maliano, has announced the visuals to his 2022 hit, “Where Was You,” are now available on YouTube. After building his musical and lyrical chops for over a decade, Wavy Maliano finally dropped his first project on all major streaming platforms in 2020. Inspired in his early life by Mase and Fabolous, Wavy Maliano brings his own flavor and energy to the scene with effortless bars and the musicality needed to create music that people will want to consume. In 2023, he is letting the world know he is here to stay.

Listeners who enjoyed the track and the momentum it has built since last October will view the project with renewed enthusiasm, given the hype in the video and production value. Available since November of 2022, this project demonstrates that continued marketing and presentation of existing projects is worth the energy! We might have missed this project last year, but it makes it no less impressive or the song no less entertaining. The lesson? Keep pushing your music! Good music will always be in style.

Falling in line with energy, lyricism, and rhythm, I love “Where Was You” is an easy listen and entertaining visual. The start hooks you with, “I’m getting money over here” and the beat takes you through the track with ease. In this project, viewers seem to be hanging out with Wavy Maliano. You see a little behind the-scenes of his life while he details his story in the lyrics.

Wavy Maliano Where Was You Album Art

Listen to this and all of Wavy Maliano’s catalog on all major streaming platforms (but you know I love Spotify), and check out the visual below! Connect with Wavy Maliano on Instagram or follow his branded hashtag, #MalianosThoughts.

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