Chicago rapper Phor released his new single “Comfy” today. The Rozart-produced track was delivered with an accompanying visual, premiered via Bossip.com. The track’s aspirational lyrics: “Tryna touch a million in one week, floor that I live on is one three, wear crocodiles like DunDee,” are underscored by its atmospheric soundscape, perfectly illustrated in the Dog Food camp-directed video.
“Comfy” is the follow up to “Cardio,” the lead single to Phor’s upcoming project titled, Self Love, coming this summer. His latest project, Cake, was a 13-song collection released to memorialize the passing of his cousin with the tribute track “Truly Missed”. In 2017, Phor released Butterfly, which delivered his biggest hit to-date, “Chi-Town.” An ode to the city that raised him, the song gained momentum at mid-west radio with well over 2M views on the Azae-directed visuals and culminated in a remix from Chicago’s south side legend, BumpJ, Twista and Lil Durk.
Phor is a multidimensional creative is the truest sense of the word. Whether designing sneakers for Nike post high school, tattooing masterpieces or crafting hits in the studio, his creativity is underscored by his influence in Chicago. Music is not a hobby for Phor, but instead his full-time passion – a passion so strong, it positions him for world renowned musical success