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.
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.
His poetry captivates right the way through. For such a gentle performance to have this effect is a softly mighty thing – Bricen Mac introduces himself as a motivated and subsequently motivational artist with a defiant level of purpose to his work.
InternalEye is an artist who skillfully blends organic musicianship with soundscape design, uniting the best of both worlds, and all the while incorporating clear emotion, intention, and a consistent and careful awareness of his audience.
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.
The long-awaited EP is finally here. Anxious Heart brings together five uniquely expressive recordings that each work hard to build a finished journey that’s as meaningful as it is enjoyable.
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.
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.
Letter To Cecil is stunning, a powerful piece of music that reminds you of the strength and purpose that real hip hop can have.
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.
“If there is one music artist I would love to collaborate with before I end my music journey it would be Lupe Fiasco. I always looked up to him and if the day came for me to make a track with him, I would give it 110% of my effort. Lupe Fiasco got my interest from day one and I followed him to the current state he is in now.”
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.