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.

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If you’re looking for the kind of hip hop that bends and breaks the rules, toys with creativity and is as expressive and melodically minded as pop, though with a little more darkness and personal truth, GiDS’ Lose Me makes for a strong choice.

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Alexandria’s observations turn to the world around her, the poetic edge grows all the more impressive. The song quickly moves from good to great, a refreshing alternative to the bulk of modern pop and hip hop.

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NYC’s IamOaks leads with a superb soundscape and a quickly addictive vocal rhythm on this track – throw in a smooth and memorable hook, a story-line that appeals to ambition and self-belief, and The Weekend is precisely the good-vibes track the upcoming summer months need.

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This album proves itself to be a totally unique and consistently interesting project, reminiscent of some of the great hip hop acts from yesteryear – not just the bars, but the music, the melodies, the concepts.

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There’s personality here, alongside of a clear understanding of what works in music and how important rhythmic unity is – Yan P connects with the beat, and this makes the performance all the more satisfying.

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Storming through for less than two minutes, D.Tech’s No Limitations presents an absolute outpouring of lyricism that sees the artists within barely pause to breathe – holding your attention and building upon the intensity right through to the end.

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