Hunt Arrow inspires fans with motivational new track ‘Blame’
FRESNO, CA – For as long as he can remember, Hunt Arrow has wanted to be a professional musician. Born and raised in Fresno, California, this young aspiring artist has studied some of the greatest artists of all time and fashioned his own unique sound and style from the inspiration he found from many of them. He’s worked hard over the years to create a signature style that is truly original, and after many releases in recent years he’s found something truly special with his latest hit single “Blame.”
Featuring a West Coast vibe with a hypnotic rhythm and flow, “Blame” is the kind of song that has a hook that will worm its way into every listener’s ear. It has a nice bounce to it and is the perfect kind of hype music to uplift people when they’re feeling sad or working through something difficult in life.
“It’s a song that’s supposed to loosen you up when you listen to it,” Hunt said. “Or maybe a song you can listen to when you’re chilling with friends in the car. It captures a feeling that I feel when I’m really confident. In reality I’m not like that, but with this song I’m expressing thoughts that I want to be like that, and it’s something that a lot of other people can relate to, I think.”
Originally inspired by a breakup with an ex-girlfriend, the song evolved throughout the process to become more of a wide-reaching motivational track that caters to a broad audience. It’s also a song that showcases Hunt’s ability to blend multiple genres – in this case Pop and Hip-hop – in ways that are equal parts intriguing and entertaining. He said his next project will be a further exploration of that sound and will incorporate a number of different instrumentals against that Pop/Hip-hop fusion of sound.
“I love that you can create or change feelings in someone’s heart through music,” he said. “I like to create feelings and vibes, and I hope people will remember me for good music. If you’re stressed or anxious about something in life, forget about your worries in that moment and time and use my music as a relief from the pain. That’s what makes me happy – if people like my music and use it to feel better about themselves, then I’m doing my job and I’ll keep making music forever to experience that.”
Hunt said he’s currently working on a full album that he hopes to release early next year. To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: