Aberdeen Producer Vagrant Real Estate and rapper Namesbliss have released a new track titled ‘Biggest Belief.’ This introspective anthem is a relatable gem and is now available to stream everywhere. The duo recently completed their first international music festival at Future Echoes 2023 in Sweden, where they premiered the track. It was also named the BBC Scotland Introducing Track of the Week on March 11th.

A testament to their musical talent and ability to create something relatable and inspiring

This is the second single from their upcoming collaboration album. It has an incredibly well-balanced mix of an irresistible rhythmic melody and a harmonic hook. The track has also been infused with ‘light and hope’ delivered by DeeRiginal, a fellow UK artist whose work shines through. This track is a soul-quenching listening experience you don’t want to miss.

Vagrant Real Estate smiles to the camera. he's wearing a checked shirt and a black t-shirt
Photo by Chris Sansbury / POST

‘Biggest Belief’ invites listeners to look within themselves and find hope, inspiration, and motivation. Namesbliss’s lyrics are relatable and brooding, making them easy to connect with. The song is also beautifully produced and really showcases Vagrant Real Estate’s talent.

This latest release from the pair is a testament to their musical talent and ability to create something relatable and inspiring. ‘Biggest Belief’ is a song worth your time, an excellent reminder that hope and positivity can be found even in dark times.

Biggest Belief is available now

Namesbliss and Vagrant Real Estate have delivered a true gem. This song is a perfect representation of their musical talent and their ability to create something that is both relatable and inspiring. If you haven’t already, spend a little time with this track.

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