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UPSAHL COMPLETES "THE PHX TAPES" MIXTAPE SERIES WITH VOL. 4


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UPSAHL releases the final instalment of her yearlong mixtape series paying homage to 90s-era mixtapes with "THE PHX TAPES Vol. 4," showcasing her genre-spanning talents.

UPSAHL, the acclaimed musical artist, has unveiled the fourth and final instalment of her mixtape series "THE PHX TAPES". This release includes two sides: "NO HANDS" (SIDE A) and "SLAYYYYY" (SIDE B), marking the culmination of her yearlong journey with this project showcasing her genre-spanning talents blending various musical styles.


"NO HANDS" (SIDE A) is a pop-infused track that exudes confidence and features synth-heavy instrumentals with a strong bassline. In contrast, "SLAYYYYY" (SIDE B) is an anthem with an appearance by Philadelphia rap artist Lay Bankz, marking UPSAHL's first-ever feature. Already becoming a fan favourite, "SLAYYYYY" celebrates UPSAHL's ability to create high-energy dance beats that make everyone feel their best.


UPSAHL describes the A Side and B Side of Vol. 4 as "just fun" tracks that don't take themselves too seriously. These songs are meant to exude a sense of freedom, and they're perfect for playing at pregame events and lively gatherings.

Releasing with visuals for "NO HANDS" (SIDE A), UPSAHL showcases her rebellious spirit, escaping from a dilapidated loft space filled with microphones and suffocating plastic. She leaves the scene with a bouquet of flowers on fire, adding a touch of rebellion and artistic expression to the mix.


The mixtape series is a reflection of her eclectic style and her ability to blend various genres seamlessly exemplifying UPSAHL's dedication to creating unique and exciting music. Her genre-spanning talents and boundless creativity continue to capture the attention of music enthusiasts and industry insiders alike.




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