Kamron Bahani has been making music for 15 years, and this may be the first time you’ve heard of him. The Rockland County, New York native teams up with Connecticut lyricist, ANoyd. When someone like Bahani has been so under the radar, a lot of his flows and lyrics are bound to go over some heads. His style is reminiscent of the golden age; intricate flows, introspective & reflective bars, along with a presence that keeps the listener engaged. “Cry now, cry later” is the first single off of his upcoming album “Melodies 4 The Melancholy”, slated for a November 4th release across all DSPs. Both verses discuss mental health, expectations from society, as well as cocky flows full of grandiosity. Bahani isn’t scared to embrace all sides of himself; sadness, confidence, anger, love, etc. “This upcoming album is about embracing your humanity, I feel like a lot of us forgot what it means to be human.” You can follow Kamron on Instagram & keep it locked for his album, “Melodies 4 The Melancholy”, being released on DSP’s November 4th and listen to “cry now, cry later” below.