“The way I see it, I had my Hip Hop heroes growing up, and now my kids have their Hip Hop heroes growing up!!!! Growing up people said that Hip Hop would not last. So as Hip Hop evolves into what it is nowadays, who am I to say that it sucks!!!!!”
By the time the track comes to an end, that beat has energized the room, and that hook has softly but surely woven its way into your consciousness.
The finish on this track is a little dreamy, somewhat warped and distant, which actually fits well with the slurred vocal sound and many of the more audible lyrics.
Leading with a retro electronic warmth that tips its hat to trip hop and the late Mac Miller alike, R. Choppa’s Animal Behavior is a project with a creative set of soundscapes and a quickly recognisable, identity-loaded string of vocal performances.
This is the kind of moment and indeed song that music fans can turn to and escape within, questioning things themselves, whilst being calmed by the overall good energy and multi-coloured ambiance of the single.
Crisp, clean and contemporary sound design meets with quickly addictive songwriting on this latest easy hit from artist and songwriter FREMO.
Made up of every contemporary rap intricacy yet blended with a nineties-style melodic hit of a hook, Von Ba$$ drives with a simple love for the good times and good vibes on this latest single.
Both Ashni and Mr. Z put their own stamp on the song, leaving listeners with a clear view of them both as artists – and a clear memory of this single as the pop-dance smash that it is.
Peter Sirah drives with a thick bass-line and a clear-cut, clean and up front rap vocal – two simple yet striking elements that draw you right into the centre of this new single.
Structurally thoughtful, classically colourful yet fusing elements of hip hop, RnB and pop in a fresh, contemporary fashion, the single offers up the rhythmic kick of rap alongside of the addictive and anthem-like power of a mighty hook melody.
Her voice alone has so much character that you can tell this will last if the songs and the performances keep coming. On top of that though, the songs on this album offer something pure, honest, and deeply considerate – a set of qualities that are so valuable, and well worth holding onto once you find them.
3mind Blight takes purely the implied definition of the world hell, and effectively weaves around his listener a deeply unsettling journey – one that’s likely to fall quite close to home for some.