Featuring smart rhymes, simple references and more complex thoughts alike, the project introduces a rapper with a broad range of influences and a deeply thoughtful writing style.
Embracing the contemporary tones of hip hop and RnB, yet with an impressively detailed and progressive soundscape, Balagosa drives with quickly memorable melodies on this single – short lines and a hook that draw you in from the offset and keep you rhythmically engaged throughout. Production-wise there’s a dreamlike quality to this track, it doesn’t … Continued
Ace Adams leads with a refreshing approach to sound design on this latest EP. Introducing a string of impressive features, 4 of a Kind opens up with a quickly likable, spacious and unique new beat, fusing the weight of hip hop with the retro soul of electronica and the more organic clap of pop.
“I am not the type to hate on somebody for the music they make and there are songs in today’s day in age that I can appreciate. My music is constantly evolving so it is important that I stay open minded.”
Brilliant, a beautiful piece of music and writing that fits well amidst the hip hop landscape of today, yet also brings a little truth and realness in addition.
Big Play Slay 23 is a heavy track, street ready and loaded with anthem-like vibes that bring back that classic togetherness and attitude the genre was born through.
Balancing story-telling with personal insight, detailed scene setting, and a fine use of lyrical strength to keep you captivated, NyuKyung takes an authentic angle when crafting his bars, and this, combined with these eclectic and optimistic soundscapes, makes for an EP well worth experiencing.
From the unique and multi-coloured layers of the beat, to the unpredictably high-octane verses, Rula balances delicacy with detail, intensity with calm confidence, and holds tight to your attention every step of the way.
In a world overloaded with similar sounds and hip hop that copies and kicks it with the last big release, Papiwthawork takes only that which matters to him, and builds upon it a sound of his own; with his own stories, his own sense of character, and his own big dreams.
Creatively fusing the heavy hit of metal with the experimental nature of alternative EDM, Feed The Weird drives with a decidedly cinematic style on this album – one that feels immediately well-suited to the Mad Max or Dark Sci-Fi corners of entertainment.
Finding his own style, his own unique way to break through the noise and repetition of recent contemporary hip hop, Yungg Bleeze leads with a surprisingly delicate soundscape and vocal presentation on this single.
Beginning with the ambient, descending chord progression of a retro-effected Ariana, life-long artist GG Bankz drives with big dreams and artistic freedom on this new project.