Rhyming about life, the lessons he’s learned, and everything in between, Henny Blanco, a New Jersey-based rapper, delves into retrospective lyrics to not only pass along some advice but to tell listeners worldwide that he can relate.
Aside from this, Henny Blanco unveils the solution to success while shedding light on his journey thus far. Additionally, the rapper brings attention to his charm with the ladies and loyalty towards close friends. He’s wowed audiences when performing at SXSW, SOBs, and Shade 45. Sonically, the “Black Ranger” lyricist flows with precision over aggressive or trap hip-hop soundscapes.
This year, Henny Blanco dropped a 10-track project titled Respectively, which centers on his backstory, societal issues, how he stays on his P’s and Q’s, work ethic, and chick magnet approach. Not to mention, he speaks about continuously riding for the gang. I recommend that you give this album a spin.
Recently, Henny Blanco dropped a visual for his song “Andale’,” which sees the laid-back emcee being interviewed in what seems to be an in-home record shop. During the sit-down, Henny Blanco speaks about what’s brought him onto the show, which is to push Respectfully. Afterward, the song drops, and viewers get a glimpse of Henny Blanco spitting rhymes as he continues his one-on-one with the media personality and swaying in a black-and-white filtered room. Furthermore, Henny Blanco carries the song while at a photoshoot, playing basketball, on the steps, and in front of a superhero-inspired green screen.
On “Andale’,” Henny Blanco uses a bouncy cadence to speak about his love for the check and nothing less. Though he’s fallen for a seemingly perfect woman, Henny Blanco refuses to let it get in the way of his bag. He raps, “It’s MOB till I d-i-e, you can play your side like an injury.” Elsewhere, Henny Blanco calls out those who didn’t believe he would make it, saying, “Bet you they hear me now, they didn’t I turned it up very loud/Killing the beat, it get carried out/Henny B eating like carryout.” Henny Blanco lays out these well-structured bars over an eerie-like drill beat.