Commercials are all around us. We listen to them in cars on the radio and on Spotify. We watch them on TV and on YouTube. The most interesting part is that over half of these commercials have some type of music. Sometimes popular chart-selling music and sometimes just a simple jungle, but nonetheless it's still music. Brands recognize that music is needed to help market their products, and nothing has proven to have better results than incorporating rockstars. Let's face it. What's better than being perceived as being friends with a rockstar? And don't forget the crazy yacht parties. Zack Thrash has a song called "Rockstar" that has the potential to be commercially in a commercial.
The song starts out slow with a light lullaby-like melody. But as the beat builds so does Zach Thrash's presence on the track. And at it's peak their is an intensity to the track and a directness that Zack delivers in his verse. Bass. It's the driver of the track and steers both Zack Thrash's delivery as well as the tempo of the track. It's hard to ignore the bass that provides a disruption to the previous soothing lullaby. Learn from the successes of others. This is free advice that Zack Thrash used as he incorporated elements of the hook from Gucci Mane's and Plies hit single "Wasted". A song that has been remixed numerous times, also showing up on Lil Wayne's mixtape series "No Ceilings". But getting back to Zack Thrash's song "Rockstar". The song is relatively short. Clocking in at 2 minutes and 3 seconds. It's easily shorter than the average commercial break. But just like the commercials in these breaks Zack Thrash puts lots of content in to so little time. Even switching his flow towards the end of his verse to a more up-tempo flow helps him to change course and pack more words into a short amount of time. This also causes the listener to switch gears and listen closer so not to miss anything. But even so the song is more vibe than it is him exercising lyrical skill of metaphors and similes. But anyone that knows Zack Thrash's music knows that he can do both. Don't forget he's a ROCKSTAR.
Checkout Zack Thrash's latest single "Rockstar".