“I feel like we represent all the foster care kids around America who really don’t have a voice,” Cartier says. “We want to talk about what really goes on when you’re in Foster Care and how people really treat you when you go into the different homes.”
When Raphy and Carty became teenagers, they were finally reunited, discovering that they each had an affinity for music. Raphael enjoyed singing as a kid while Cartier initially found a passion for dancing - They both took up rapping in 2016, individually making music and gaining attention within their neighborhood. BlumBros (named after their projects, BlumBerg Homes) began to generate industry attention and eventually landed a record deal.
They signed to Ultra/Payday Records in 2018. The duo is currently working on their debut EP titled Thank Da Jects, an homage to the place where they grew up. The five-track EP will be entirely produced by top electronic producer DJ MAKJ, led by the first single “LS6,” which is out now. They describe their sound as versatile, claiming that they can create music for any mood.