Lyrivelli first began his journey in Brooklyn at the age of 12 using a PlayStation microphone to record himself. Looking to pursue a professional career in music, he later at 18 enrolled and graduated from audio school. Shortly after he began working at various recording studios, interning and earning his way. This quickly propelled him to become a household name in the city. Working with a hand full of multi-platinum selling artist.
Lyrivelli would use any if all the free time at the studios to work on his own material. He would write, produce and engineer submerging himself in the process. Using this method he began to master his craft by fine-tuning his sound. He has continuously developed content that expresses personal experiences while also tackling disparities faced within disenfranchised communities.
In the future we can surely expect content containing authentic, fearless, and optimistic messages; about faith, becoming a man, finding yourself through your everyday struggles. Lyrivelli is the voice of the unheard, giving a voice to the voiceless.
Creating an impact is the main focus but what’s most important is becoming the next big star. The first artist from Maino’s Hustle Hard imprint it made the right decision in partnering with Steve Stoute’s independent platform United Masters so that Lyrivelli and Hustle Hard can control the destiny.
Lyrivelli debuts with visuals for his new single, “Good For Me,” which is directed by Erick Reyes. Be on the look out for more from this rising star.
“Good For Me” is out now for download and stream on all digital music platforms.