One night just about 6 months ago Fajita’s music career changed in a major way. Fajita and his friends were freestyling like they normally would. When it was Fajitas turn he freestyled what turned into the lyrics of his song “Not the Same”, which has over 19,000 plays on SoundCloud. The next morning Fajita and his friends hit the studio and began his journey to fame.
Since that freestyle Fajita has dropped songs such as “Paranoia” and “Hit” which have also had thousands of plays of SoundCloud. Recently Fajita has been preparing to drop his EP “Deadrose”. The official release date for this EP is May 29th (all streaming platforms). Fajita mentioned how on his upcoming tape “you should expect a whole new Fajita”. Fajita elaborated about his EP saying “I want people to go into this open-minded and not expecting the music (I’ve) put out prior to this EP.”
Every time Fajita makes a song there is always a person he does it for, his late stepmom. She was the one that convinced him to keep making music when he didn’t want to. His stepmom loved his song “Not the Same” and would not stop talking about it. She would always tell Fajita “you will be someone some one day and always say keep working.” Fajita’s stepmom always wanted more out of him, every song Fajita puts out is for his late stepmom.
Fajita’s music will always have a meaning to it. Every song tells a story. Fajita raps about “what he goes through, (my) personal problems and issues.” Fajita wants every that listens to his music to know they aren’t alone and that people are always there for you.
On June 22nd, Fajita will be co-headlining a show at Sonia with Longlivehshawn (article coming May 31st). Fajita is looking forward to this opportunity to get his name out there and be able to headline at one of Boston’s best-known music venues. Fajita has a 10 song album releasing this summer as well as singles here and there. Keep an eye out for Fajita, his making news and he has just started.