Hip-Hop artist and producer Saynave shows off a charismatic cadence and sophisticated flow on his newest single, “Speak The Language,” out February 24th. Saynave is excited to compliment the single with a music video released the same day. The musical-linguist basks in the warmth of satisfaction while his electric performance on this track speaks for itself. The artist achieves the perfect balance in his music between popular trap influences and his seasoned life experiences, yielding a final product that captures deep meaning while presenting it in a relatable way.

As his first project with Fogwood Records, “Speak The Language,” maintains and expands on Saynave’s reputation at the pinnacle of maturity, relevance, quality, and culture. An NFT for the single will also be available for auction via Fogwood Records. Listeners can expect to hear influences from renowned artists like Jay-Z., Tyler The Creator, and 2Chainz.

As reflected in the artist’s sophisticated lyricism, Saynave developed a deep fascination with language and aims to become a polyglot able to intertwine a variety of tongues in his art. In “Speak The Language,” the artist raps, “Ninapenda pesa, I’m a paper chaser,” with the latter part of the lyric translating to “I like money” in Swahili. The passionate linguist found himself studying Swahili with his wife in mind, as she is a Kenya native.

With “Speak The Language” being representative of this new era of quality music working with Fogwood Records, Saynave continues to tap into the essence of success and perseverance characteristic of the Black Excellence movement. It is clear that his sharpness, relevant content, and desire to capture the rawness of today’s culture allow him to continuously find well-deserved success.

Cover art for “Speak The Language” by Saynave