Blac Francis Shows Vulnerability In "Chrome Heart Omega"

Updated: Mar 20



Virginia artist Blac Francis released his new album, Chrome Heart Omega. It is a seven-track album released through Sunset Records that cater to the ears of listeners that love distorted melodies and vocals. The leading single for the album was KryptoNite204 and Blac dropped a visual for it a few months prior. KryptoNite204 was a way for Blac to show vulnerability while fighting lust and love with a woman that brings him to his knees like Superman with Kryptonite.


It was the perfect track to have before a highlight of the album, No More Cellulars. Albeit the song sounds like a continuation of KryptoNite204, it continues the story of KryptoNite204 where Blac sings that he needs that woman in his life. The feature by Pvvli (PÄW•LĒ) compliments Blac's sounds. Another highlight of CHO is 3am in LaLa Land. Like the previous tracks, it picks up where No More Cellulars left off. 3 am in Lala Land is about his fantasies with the woman and the bitter aftermath of their intimacy, resulting in him drinking for three hours straight.


It is a smooth project that's easy to listen to and won't take much of your time in the twenty-one-minute journey into the soul of Blac Francis. Visit boysunset.com to stream Chrome Heart Omega on all platforms. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter.


Written by: Jay Guevara. @justinhisprime on all social media.


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