Flawless Real Talk from 's Rhythm + Flow connects with fans through LIVIT

Flawless Real Talk from 's Rhythm + Flow connects with fans through LIVIT... after performance at the BET Hip Hop Awards

By Kelby Vera For Dailymail.com

Published: 13:03 GMT, 30 October 2020 | Updated: 13:03 GMT, 30 October 2020

View
comments

Flawless Real Talk isn't letting COVID keep him from his fans.

The 27-year-old rapper wooed with the world with his rhymes when he appeared on the competition Rhythm + Flow in 2019.

And though the pandemic has put much of the music world on hold, the Providence, Rhode Island native is continuing to connect to his fanbase through LIVIT, an international live streaming app for rising music artists, entertainers and influencers.

Social: Flawless Real Talk of Netflix's Rhythm + Flow is keeping connected with fans during COVID by using LIVIT to livestream concerts, behind-the-scenes looks into studio sessions, workshops, and peeks at his day-to-day life

Social: Flawless Real Talk of 's Rhythm + Flow is keeping connected with fans during COVID by using LIVIT to livestream concerts, behind-the-scenes looks into studio sessions, workshops, and peeks at his day-to-day life

When the pandemic lead to Flawless' first world tour being cancelled, he knew how to turn a setback into an opportunity.

Partnering with LIVIT, the On My Way rapper found an avenue to give people a better look into his music and his life.

Through the platform he'll offer fans - which number some 786million on Instagram alone - behind-the-scenes glimpses at studio sessions, workshops, videos of his day-to-day life and more. He'll also perform his first live LIVIT concert on November 13th.

But Flawless - given name Alberto Martinez - also knew he wanted to give back, so he teamed up with the platform to showcase a monthly live-streamed visit to charities, shelters, food banks, hospitals, fire stations and more in need, also inviting fans to donate.

The rapper was quick to recognize the importance of staying in touch with fans at a time when people feel so isolated.

Connected: 'I think a lot of people have found themselves very lonely and alone these times and not being able to go to work or not being able to go to school, not being able to really interact with friends the way that they normally do,' he told DailyMail.com

PREV Liam Gallagher's daughter Molly Moorish 'splits from boyfriend Louis Hartley ...
NEXT TALK OF THE TOWN: It's Granny Hall! Supermodel Jerry, 64, greets her first ...