Flurry Lyne

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Flurry Lyne
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Lyne in her igloo in 2015.
Background information
Birth name Eleanor Hunt
Born December 10, 1990 (age 24)
Lotusfort, UnitedTerra
Origin UnitedTerra
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper, songwriter
Years active 2007–present
Labels Colossal Records
Associated acts DJ Crow, Sink, Snowstorm, TrillBron, Yusei
Website flurrylyne.com


Eleanor Hunt, better known by her stage name Flurry Lyne (/ ʄlurr-ree: lɪŋn/) is a Terrain rapper originating from Lotusfort, UnitedTerra. She earned public attention from the release of two mixtapes from 2010–12, leading to her being signed to DJ Crow's independent record label Colossal Records. Flurry Lyne is known for her rapping abilities, creative flows and quirkiness in her music that mostly consists of hip hop and grime, along with making frequent pop appearances.

After the formation of Colossal, DJ Crow went searching for talent and discovered Lyne through the buzz that she had in the underground scene. She was signed to the label in late 2012 and began working on her debut album. She was first introduced to a mainstream audience when she appeared on Crow's fourth album Today's Declaration (2013) on the single "Only You Know", with her guest verse receiving critical acclaim. She released her debut album Lyneguistics (2016) in November 2016 and was fared well critically and commercially.

Music career[edit]

2009–11: Career beginnings[edit]

2012–14: Signing to Colossal Records[edit]

In late 2012, Flurry Lyne signed to DJ Crow's newly-found record label Colossal Records, becoming one of the first artists to sign. Lyne then began to make numerous appearances to Colossal-related acts from 2013 onwards. Most notably, she was invited by Crow to work on his fourth studio album Today's Declaration (2013), and was also asked to make one big guest appearance on a song titled "Only You Know". The song ultimately went on to become the album's third single, and also featured Colossal rapper Sink. The single charted at number 1 in UnitedTerra and Club Penguin. It also charted at number 15 in the USA. Lyne also delivered numerous uncredited vocals on the album for songs such as "Don't Judge".

2015–present: Lyneguistics[edit]

Following her appearance on the DJ Crow project, Lyne began releasing a number of short mixtapes to create buzz for her first full-length album, which was being worked on alongside DJ Crow as the executive producer. Her first mixtape, I Ain't Here to Play Games (2014) has received millions of downloads since its release.

The album Lyneguistics suffered from numerous delays. It was originally scheduled for a early 2015 release, then late 2015, and then numerous dates throughout 2016 as well. This was because DJ Crow was busy with his own work, other artists work and also because he wanted to perfect the album so Lyne could receive her critical acclaim.

Before the album came out, Lyne featured heavily on the Colossal Records artists compilation project, Colossal World (2016), released in September 2016. After its release, Crow finally announced that Flurry Lyne's album would be out in November 2016.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
USA CP UTR SWI SHO UP FRA CAS
Lyneguistics
5
8
Stuck in the Middle
"—" denotes items that did not chart or were not released.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
CP USA UTR SWI SHO
2016 "Super Duper" Lyneguistics
"First Class" (featuring DJ Crow)
2017 "All Year" (featuring Joe-Q)
"Domination" (featuring Blake)
"Rex Goodwin" (featuring DJ Crow)

Mixtapes[edit]

Title Mixtape details
I Ain't Here to Play Games

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UTR CP USA FRZ TAP PEN PUF DKL
Colossal World
(with Colossal Records)
  • UTR: —
  • CP: —
  • USA: —
  • FRZ: —
  • TAP: —
  • PUF: —
"—" denotes items that did not chart or were not released.

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