Can Ronnie Radke Actually Rap ‘Watch the World Burn’ Live? Fans React

Everyone can talk about Falling in Reverse’s new song “Watch the World Burn,” and there are several reasons why. But the question on many fans’ minds is whether vocalist Ronnie Radke can pull off the rap portion of the viral track.

The answer is simple. Does Falling in Reverse use his tracks as backing tracks during playback?The answer to that question is yes, but it makes little sense when it comes to the band going all out on stage.

The group is a true hybrid of styles, known for deploying beat and rap sections to contrast the rock elements of their sound. dynamic sound live.

It’s not the first time Radke has had to meet a studio’s request to recreate a rap on stage, but ‘Watch the World Burn’ presents a special challenge for his extremely rapid delivery. To do.

As seen in the fan-shot video below from Falling in Reverse’s joint headliner tour with Papa Roach and special guests Hollywood Undead and Escape the Fate, Radke was the hardest hit. It handles the part well, swapping lines with bassist Tyler Burgess to bring in some extra sound. Within a week of its release, he had a ferocious take on his already smash hit track with over 5 million views on YouTube.

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Fans also seem pretty surprised in the comments section of the two videos.

One commentator exclaims, “Hey, Ronnie is Ronnie, but the bassist (and backing vocals) is a mess!”Another question is, ‘How the hell did they play? [sic] Nail this ‘live’ and it perfectly?

“Oh my God, I can’t believe this is such a good show. It’s insane,” he adds.

Radke and Burgess are the only ones on stage for the first minute of the song, while the rest of Falling in Reverse return to their respective locations as the song switches from rap to a full-band rock/metal burst. increase. They don’t hide anything about their live setup.

“Good afternoon, this performance is killer. The duo of bassist and Ronnie smoke great.

All rave reviews from fans so far.

Catch Falling in Reverse on tour now with these dates. Get tickets for the joint headliner tour with Papa Roach here.

Falling in reverse “Watch the World Burn” live

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