ALXNDR explores the world of hyper-sexualization with infectious new single 'FBA (Did You Dirty).
ALXNDR has released his new infectious single 'FBA (Did You Dirty)' ahead of his upcoming EP 'Degenerate'. ALXNDR is a 29-year multi-instrumentalist from Houston, Texas who got his start in music young. From the age of nine ALXNDR had already begun playing live, performing cover songs with his Dad. ALXNDR impressively has had the privilege of sharing stages with the likes of Buckcherry, Bon Jovi, Mike Shinoda, Blue October and Chevelle he has also won a few local awards. ALXNDR is a pop-punk/alternative artist and he finds inspiration from other musicians such as A Day To Remember, Linkin Park and other artists from any era from the 70's to the 2000's. As much as ALXNDR takes inspiration from other musicians though he is truly inspired by the sonic beauty of music and the positive impact it can have on others. With 'FBA (Did You Dirty)' ALXNDR manages to combine smart and impactful lyricism with infectious melodies. The song feels very relevant to now and even including a little voicemail recording in my opinion relates back to how much human relationships rely on modern technology. 'FBA (Did You Dirty)' may have this magnetic fun energy but if you really listen to the lyrics ALXNDR is delivering a really interesting take on modern dating and how the line between love and lust is often blurred, or how someone can be exploited for another's personal physical gratification. I thought 'FBA (Did You Dirty)' leaned more into the pop side of pop-punk and overall is a song I could see being very popular. ALXNDR is currently releasing a string of singles ahead of his upcoming EP 'Degenerate', as well as playing shows, working towards new releases and new merch. Overall, ALXNDR is an artist I have found really interesting, and I can guarantee that I will be listening to 'FBA (Did You Dirty)' again and again.
Listen to 'FBA (Did You Dirty) HERE