Sad But True is a truly artistic and consistently impressive release that creates its own rules and flows with the natural rhythm of these as it pours through. Lahana’s voice and his style of writing are fast becoming easily recognisable traits within an otherwise overly familiar music world. Creative freedom and identity unite to stunning results.
Being rightfully unafraid to take control of the track and work as a master over the soundscape, the artist needs only the strength of his bars, the memorable rhythm of that hook and the title concept, and precisely this kind of laid-back level of confidence in order for the music to leave its mark.
Feeding straight into the sound of contemporary hip hop and alternative pop, Fly Shit is a quickly melodic, anthem-like track that offers the colour and simplicity of an easily recognizable hit.
Not too often do you get a hip hop or alternative pop track that kicks in with quite this level of attitude and character.
Grand Visions is easily one of best original songs to emerge so far this year, across genres, and this live version – awesomely presented – relights that energy and those good vibes in a wonderful manner.
Treece Money doesn’t hide behind effects or meaningless instrumental weight. This is real music, unpredictable and new, yet entertaining and immersive at the very same time.
A beautiful project, a breath of real life and skill amidst an otherwise foggy hip hop landscape. Great vibes and heart-breaking authenticity. This one will be on repeat for quite some time.
Cheesecake Jesus and DJ Spinnz collaborate to quickly creative results for this latest release. Leading with a raw and live sounding accordion riff, the track breathes new life into hip hop, driving with an uninhibited approach that incorporates whatever musical elements the artists deem necessary.
“The worst days will shape you in the best ways.” REXTHERAGER fuses passion and good intentions on this addictively melodic and energizing new track.
Cesare’s return brings a smooth yet bright new beat and a melodically satisfying RnB vibe – whilst also tipping its hat to the contemporary sounds of the hip hop landscape.
The visual performances from both also help further build a mellow and seductive, artistic experience that again represents the underlying song in a fitting way.
Having self-awarded this as ‘arguably the 4th best Hip-Hop Funk Fusion Rap Song About Food Of All Time’, Max Wassen walked into this with a comedic intention, but honestly – the track has such a good groove & is brilliantly well-crafted, you tend to feel the embrace of the music & the performance above anything else.