Back once again with an inarguable showcase of unwavering devotion to the craft, Jaydii collaboratively masters the space with Supreme Khay, alongside production from the one and only Blvff, for the six-track EP NAHIMASTAY.
In an age where the idea of the album has come to face struggles in relevance or attention maintaining, Funny Storm Vol. 1 hits with consistently likable impact, offering an eclectic playlist of clever bars, stylish production and a skillful balance between simple fun and somewhat more contemplative, conscious references.
Loaded with good vibes, crisp and faultlessly skilful production that brings through the best of the groove and the heart of the mood in every case, the project highlights the absolute professionalism and focus at the centre of Blvff’s limitless work ethic.
“I feel like having lived through last year and this year it taught me to take it easy, not rush my life and feel like everything needs to get done RIGHT NOW. Take everything one day at a time, and also every hardship passes.”
Another drop of fire from New York’s Blvff kicks into gear this week. Offering smooth vibes, lyrical optimism and engaging vocal rhythms, let me let go lifts the mood in an instant, and proceeds to dig deeper and deeper emotionally right the way through.
There’s a story in play, an intention that’s never strayed from, and this conviction allows the track to fully immerse & captivate in the way that only heartfelt, intelligent hip hop truly can.
Incredibly easy to have play on repeat for the best part of an hour. The ideas have depth, the performance is professional & skillful, the music just makes you feel great.
This is something really special, particularly for hip hop or conscious rap fans. The music has the delicacy of carefully crafted, creative trip-hop, and Bluff as a performer & rapper works hard to paint a clear picture for you, and to open your mind.