There are so many intricate levels to the project. Always you get to enjoy professionalism & creativity intertwined. Akin is passionate, powerful & intelligent with his writing – the songs utilise musical escapism & melody brilliantly.
Fighting in favour of personal drive and a deep-running desire to succeed, We Up celebrates achievement and rising up within life in a colorful and optimistic manner.
Where artists such as The Weeknd have taken familiarity and fused it with unexpected edge and grit, Abryon seems on the verge of pushing for a similar level of identity.
You still get that calming, entrancing escapism, but you also get to feel an authentic shared understanding with the man behind the music – an essence of pure performance and songwriting – and that makes it all the more valuable for the listener.
SlickMick’s return at the hit of the new year brings a smooth and soulful hip hop track with a mellow energy and calming rhythm. yo im gettin on my lit shit is a simple track, the building blocks are easy going and colorful in a classic jazz-fusion fashion.
Utilizing less than two and half minutes, ☽$cY†HE drives with emotional urgency and soulful turmoil on this single. From the offset you can hear the pain in the vocal delivery and in the lyrics – the song details loss and desperation, the end of something that meant so much.
There’s something inherently laid back about this artist’s approach to rap and to music in general – his tone of voice is peaceful, soothing even, and many of his ideas seem uninhibited and free from concern, which furthers the effect.
All I want to do is fly as a central line offers a beautiful melody, somehow melancholic yet optimistic in the same instance – it’s a powerful moment that lingers in your mind long after listening.
K Tuck fascinates more and more so with each new listen, and this track is a must for the long term playlist. Hip hop is huge right now and things are getting more creative and more competitive – the bar needs to be high, and this kind of release works greatly in favour of that.
The lyrical outpourings actually seem like unedited streams of consciousness on occasion, which is all the more fascinating from a listening perspective.
Offering up a brilliant sense of togetherness, Way-Z and Trace The Kid collaborate on this single to give listeners a heartfelt and refreshingly optimistic piece of music and writing that inspires and energizes in the same quick swoop.
The whole thing has flair, it sounds great – immersive and reliable for anyone seeking out a classic, easy going hip hop playlist with a touch of depth to it.