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Arrow Santi Bows Out with Masterful Album ‘Arrogance’

I believe this is the first time we’ve ever shared an album with you knowing that it is the artist’s final release. To be completely honest, it’s a strange feeling, but such is the case with ‘Arrogance’, the brand new and last record from Long Island-based rapper, engineer, and producer Arrow Santi. He’s not indicated why he’s stepping away from the mic and deciding to bow out, but ‘Arrogance’ will ensure his lasting legacy as a true artist and visionary.

Not one to divulge the meaning behind his work, Santi leaves it up to the listener to interpret just what ‘Arrogance’ is all about. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

‘A Menace’ kicks things off in fiery fashion with intense hi-hats and pounding bass…the perfect start. ‘Nobody Gon Play Wit Us’ then steps up to the plate in a more “traditional” hip-hop vein, blending classic elements with Arrow’s unique flair.

‘Damn, Things Changed’ showcases Santi’s lyrical and flow prowess, while ‘Lost 4 No Reason’ can only be described as deeply hypnotic and evocatively powerful. 

Other personal standouts include ‘Way It Goes’, ‘Emotional’, and the album closer ‘North & South’. 

Inspired by everyone from Mac Miller and Future to Deadmau5 and Skrillex, Arrow Santi pushes the envelope on his final groundbreaking record.

Serious album alert! Enjoy ‘Arrogance’ on Spotify now:


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