Chris Borelli is a recording artist, musician, creator, and thinker, based in New York City. Growing up below the poverty line in Boston, MA, he found music at the age of 14, but it wasn’t until the age of 18 that he discovered his passion for hip hop. As an undergraduate in college, Chris would write verses and build his skills as a producer. Over the past decade, Chris has taken the stage at venues ranging from Bowery Electric to The Middle East, has performed at college campuses, and opened for artists such as Joyner Lucas, T-Pain, Waka Flocka, Cobra Starship, and others. Chris Borelli’s music is powerful and socially and politically charged. For those looking for an artist with a message and a talent to match, keep your eyes on Chris Borelli.
“I started making music out of necessity about 20 years ago. It was an outlet for me at a time when music could’ve ended up being drugs, gangs, violence, and all other kinds of bad things that could’ve ruined my life,” Chris Borelli says in his recent interview with DCR. He’s taken the time to perfect his work and deliver content that speaks to his character. Over the past 2 years, Chris Borelli has released three official projects: Quarantine Collection, Unsaid, and Respectfully Of Course—a collaboration with Wyatts22. Chris seems most proud of Unsaid, and for good reason. With 11 tracks, the album keeps you entertained over its 33-minute run time. Check out Unsaid on Spotify or wherever you stream music.
Coming right out of the struggle and into speakers near you, Chris Borelli is sharing his story and leaving listeners with an impactful message. On February 24, Chris Borelli will be releasing his next single, and first of 2023, Pronto. Until then, keep streaming Unsaid and the rest of Chris Borelli’s discography on whatever streaming platform you listen to music on. Want more from Chris Borelli? Check out his interview with DCR, visit his official website, chrisborelliofficial.com, or tune in to his most recent single, Pronto, on Spotify.