Heavily conceptual, fearlessly honest in its depiction of the self and the inescapable sense of lostness imparted by paranoia – London duo Kings Cvstle take things back to the bare essentials, with a poetic and unnerving Rabbit Hole. Nostalgically offering a nod to the likes of The Four Owls but injecting that unmistakable Kings Cvstle … Continued
An ever-inspired Kings Cvstle, the rapper-producer duo making waves from London across the indie urban scene, collaborate with South London’s Dia Day for this brilliant and bright hit of optimism; just when we need it.
The whole thing screams rebellion and motivation all at once, the intensity rising throughout, the track proving increasingly engaging in the process.
Leaning with ease towards the nostalgic smooth vibes of artists like Verb T, Get High offers an anthem for easy living, laid-back good times and relaxing into the day. It’s a refreshing alternative to the weight of the world, and the soundscape and vocal performances alike feed into the overall mood brilliantly.
The UK’s own Kings Cvstle creates at the peak of the political and social issues affecting us all. Driving with honest intention, a background of hardship and an unwavering desire to lay bare the truth, Cold Place offers up precisely the ambiance and poetic observations implied by its title.
A track showcasing a distinctly self-aware monologue – one that delves deep into the mind of the artist & the world around him. One of the year’s most conscious or interesting rap releases this side of the Atlantic.