Warming bass-lines, melodic appeal and choir-like vocal support all make up the multi-coloured embrace of the Hip Hop-fusion single Fine Wine.
4AM “Our goal was to give something more heartfelt to connect to. It gave us an opportunity to show another side of ourselves & our music.”
“We want to thank everyone who’s been listening. We’re experimenting and diving into a deeper 4AM sound and can’t wait to share that with you.”
Damn, this is good. Not the most professional introduction on my part though – let me try again…
Bringing soulful flavours and classic good vibes back to contemporary Hip Hop, SBE Mal injects character and melody into the scene, with the smooth and easy-going Spinnin Again.
From one track to the next things continue to shift gears – heavy fuzz and distortion, melody and poetic wonder, moving into arbitrary statements and ambient space.
Classic production and contemporary effects unite alongside sharp bars and a clear sense of identity – Joe Polo & Lamardre keep things stylish yet authentic, for More Than a Game.
Featuring softly-spoken, intimate rap verses, Run From You employs strength of storytelling and personal reflection to ultimately guide us through a stripped-back and fearlessly vulnerable arrangement.
Faultlessly produced, the very structure and set-up of Pressure is perfectly in tune with the grit and volume of Kay Guss’ own passionate delivery.
The flow proves as hypnotic as the overall arrangement, resulting in a three-minute release that stands out for its delicacy and heart as much so as its humble yet catchy resolve.
Introducing an impressively eclectic debut, rooted amidst equal parts professionalism and passion – Jay Horn delivers a sultry and world-infused album, for Grown Folk Music.
Euphoric sound-design of a mellow yet wholly immersive nature precedes the devotedly concerned, poetic, historically contextual but hopeful new single from Troy Remedy.
Classic good vibes pour through as MELO reignites the heavy bass, funk and vocal depth of original Hip Hop, for Hustlas.