Boston-born and NYC-based independent rapper, singer, and music producer Chris Borelli never ceases to amaze with his unique blends of rap, indie, and electronic music. Following the success of his 2022 collaboration album with Wyatts22, RESPECTFULLY OF COURSE, the dynamic duo is back again with an even more refined sound in their latest project, Maybe It’s My Fault.
This 15-song album showcases Borelli and Wyatts22’s incredible versatility as they navigate different musical styles, pushing their creative boundaries. From indie to pop, from hip hop to electronic, Maybe It’s My Fault is a testament to their multifaceted talents, captivating audiences with its compelling and diversified sound.
The track ‘cb’s gospel’ is a stirring testament to Chris’ songwriting capabilities, filled with his signature hard-hitting and introspective lyrics that have drawn fans to him over the years. On the other hand, ‘ja morant’ exudes raw energy, showing Borelli’s ability to ramp up the aggression and bring a different kind of passion to his music.
Switching gears, tracks like ‘elsewhere’ and ‘close friends’ dip into the dance genre, adding an unexpected but delightful layer to the album’s diverse soundscapes. The pair’s innate understanding of music and each other allows for a seamless blend of genres, creating a riveting 41-minute sonic journey that will leave listeners hitting replay.
Not new to the music scene, Borelli’s journey has been an eventful one, beginning with teaching himself to play piano and developing into a talented rapper, singer, producer, and audio engineer. His earlier years spent honing his skills as an undergrad in college have undeniably paid off, contributing to his robust stage presence and his ability to fuse his traditional knowledge of music with his unique rap style.
Borelli’s music career now includes impressive performances at renowned NYC venues such as Mercury Lounge, SOBs, Bowery Electric, The Kingsland, Rockwood Music Hall, Drom, The Sinclair, and The Middle East. He has also opened for acclaimed artists such as Joyner Lucas, T-Pain, Wyclef Jean, Waka Flocka Flame, Cobra Starship, George Watsky, Andy Grammer, Hermitude, and Troyboi.
Perhaps what sets Borelli apart most is his authentic and relatable lyrical content. His words are raw and direct, yet they emanate a sense of relatability that resonates with audiences. His confident delivery, backed by over a decade of experience, has garnered him a loyal fanbase and makes him a remarkable figure in the music industry.
Listeners can dive into Maybe It’s My Fault on Spotify or other music streaming platforms. To gain deeper insights into Chris Borelli’s creative process, fans can also check out his interview with DCR. This album truly highlights Borelli’s and Wyatts22’s musical genius, showing why they are two forces to be reckoned with in the industry.