There’s no denying that Barachi is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. With his stellar talent, the singer/songwriter/producer is about to some make noise with his debut visual album Therapy this summer.
The Brooklyn-born, Miami-raised budding artist intuitively melds the interstellar sonics of today’s cutting edged Hip Hop Soul-Pop with the straight-to-the-heart simplicity of vintage love songs from the golden radio era of R&B, Doo Wop and Rock & Roll, making him an instant music obsession.
While we still have some time to wait until this masterpiece of a record comes out, you can listen to Barachi’s “Me + U” while getting to know him with five fun secrets below.
Make sure to catch Barachi performing at Rolling Loud Festival in Miami this Friday-Sunday!
My biggest fear is losing a loved one.
My guilty pleasure is unhealthy desserts because I am a clean eater.
I have a fancy shoe addiction.
In High School I was a huge class clown but also a charmer with the ladies.
The song “Important” conveys the deep place I went internally when writing lyrics for the THERAPY album. I tapped into those emotions as well for the visual album which reenacts the mood for each song. For me, it’s what my Mom taught me—health, my family, and my faith.