Indie Music News Reporter
"Downfall" by SnapDibz feat Rey Is Featured on WNIR Radio
Snap is an American born Indian rapper making mainstream pop/hip-hop music. SnapDibz integrates deep lyrics into his tracks with content that appeals to all. With his medical background, he tries to heal the body and the soul. The Indie Music Reporter caught-up with Snap to learn more about his song "Downfall" which will premier today, August 4rth, on World National Indie Radio (WNIR)
"Downfall" is your follow-up hit to "Rivals" - Can you tell us a bit about the songs meaning? “Downfall” follows SnapDibz’s prior hit “Rivals,” as Snap and Rey discuss how there is always someone trying to keep you down, but we always rise above. Whatever your goal is, don't let others bring you down. Don't listen to people that don't support you in life. Rise above them and their negativity.
Tell us about the video for "Downfall: The music video uses the same characters as “Rivals” showing Snap and Rey defeating the competition during an animated rap battle!
The song was written about some prior “friends” who always claim they like and appreciate the music, but it’s all talk. The song was written about some prior “friends” who always claim they like and appreciate the music, but it’s all talk. Check out the video to relate to the music and lyrics!
"Celebrate" to be featured on WNIR Radio
"Downfall" will be featured on World National Indie Radio (WNIR). To hear SnapDibz feat Rey's song "Downfall" and other great independent pop songs, tune-in into WNIR's Rap Around Show at 12:00pm - 1:30pm and 10:30pm - 12:00ampm (Eastern Time).
World National Indie Radio (WNIR) is an independent radio station that shines a light great independent artists by playing songs by Independent Artists in all genres 24/7/365. WNIR offers 5 exciting programs including Pop Musik, Rap Around, Refugees of Rock, Roots & Wings, and Spirit & Soul. In between shows, WNIR spins the Indie Mash-up for a non-stop new music experience. WNIR is licensed by ASCAP and BMI and airs in 19 countries.