In the vast landscape of hip-hop, Faryad, a solo artist and producer, emerges with his latest album, “People,” a profound exploration of relationships, life, and self-discovery. The album stands as a testament to Faryad’s growth, both as a rapper and a storyteller, with each track delving into the intricacies of human connections. As the sole artist behind the project, Faryad draws inspiration from rap heavyweights like 50 Cent, Rick Ross, and Jay-Z, while weaving a unique narrative that reflects his personal experiences. “People” is not just an album; it’s a journey through the artist’s life, offering listeners a mirror to reflect on their own relationships.
The album’s production is a collaborative effort with Ukrainian producer “Last Atlantis,” whose beats provide a rich and dynamic backdrop to Faryad’s lyrical prowess. The album features eight meticulously chosen beats out of twelve, showcasing Faryad’s keen ear for the fusion of hard-hitting drums and harmonious instrumentals. In the opening track, Faryad sets the tone by reflecting on the pervasive impact of people on his life. The second track, “Sayno,” delves into personal growth, narrating Faryad’s shift in approach to relationships and the necessity to say no to certain situations. “Maintenance” unveils a vulnerable side, exploring Faryad’s mental state and the potential effects on those around him. “My Friends” takes a poignant look at the struggles shared by individuals in the music industry and the broader community. “Secret Society” delves into the influence of powerful figures worldwide, adding a layer of social commentary. “Lately” shifts gears with a love song, addressing the universal impact of romantic relationships. The album reaches an emotional peak with “Survival,” a reflection on lost friendships due to life’s diverging paths. “Together” concludes the journey, examining familial bonds and the enduring love that persists despite inherent challenges.
“People” is a compelling mosaic of stories that resonate with the human experience. Faryad’s ability to balance introspection with relatability creates an album that transcends the boundaries of traditional hip-hop. As he navigates the intricate web of connections, Faryad invites listeners to reflect on their own relationships, making “People” not just an album but a shared narrative of the human condition.