Purpose, talent and artistry unite amidst a series of brilliantly engaging original tracks – Rozelle Wilson’s latest album proves a mighty testament to the ability and depths of the artist.
Bass lines, big beats and bold poetic reflections – Hello World inspires, energises, keeps things simple and complex all at once; laid back and intense at the very same time.
The self-proclaimed King of Up Music, J-Juice returns with another infectious dance anthem.
Four original tracks make up The Comeback EP, showcasing the voice of Dapro – in tone and intention – with a strong sense of character and influence in modern hip hop.
Short lines and familiar phrasings meet with a vocal flow that evolves and impresses increasingly throughout a respectably varied arrangement.
Beautifully peaceful, breathy and calming, inspiring a sense of possibility in times of struggle – talking openly on depression in a relatable, powerful way.
Retro in image and style but crisp and impressive in content and overall production – 20DUCE drives with vocal intensity and smart, quirky yet intentional bars throughout a compelling and classic anthem that is O.G.
Just fifteen years of age and aiming high with a rap freestyle that draws you in and holds you captive for a mere yet mighty minute.
The voice and the instrumental details pierce through the noise of the world, connecting for their authenticity and precision alike.
Jona Da King underlines a certain refreshing air of self-awareness at the same time as proving faultlessly on form throughout his delivery.
BroGod brings in classic strings and a clear degree of depth as he takes on the current hip hop scene with heart and skill.
Quirky production of creatively melodic depths meets with trap rhythms and an honest, emotive manner of writing throughout a series of original singles from Yung C.