Soup Black keeps things to the point and understands the importance of letting the music work in unison with the lyrics. The album in full is worth a look for fans of classic hip hop.
As hard as it is to face, sometimes pain leads to the purest kind of art and music, and this single is up there with the best of them.
This album sees the rapper really find himself as an artist and produce a sound that’s rooted in his own creativity and sense of character. The 31-track project is immense in content, never wavering and never offering anything that could appear as simply filler.
Richwave manages to fill the room with brightness and an easily enjoyable groove, as well as introducing Dinero Peezy as an artist with a natural connection to and love for the art form; and for this particular fusion of genres. The performance and the music alike speak volumes for what’s to come.
The title of the track attempts to prepare you for this theme, but it’s only when you really delve into the track a few times that it all comes together. A genuinely original approach to hip hop.
The stylish and confident performance that drives this track – on top of the crisp and manically fresh beat – is one that shines all the more brightly when accompanied by the official video.
Simple yet creative soundscapes are all that backs up the energetic and clear-cut lyricism that pours through as Cedar Rapids fills the room. T-Staxx ceases the moment and offers up a classic attitude and a flow that’s rhythmically satisfying right the way through.
There’s a motivational mood to much of the track, openness regarding real daily life is balanced with an optimistic glance at the future and a general feeling of positivity and drive.
A delicate jazz-cafe vibe emerges with a subsequently calm and collected rap vocal – one that quietly reminds you to appreciate the little things, and to have your priorities and your gratitude arranged accordingly.
Format offers up a classic rap anthem to bring hard workers and hip hop fans together in a big way. No Entry is a huge track, beginning with a melodic hook – a choir of vocals chanting this rhythm and concept to you in an inviting and immersive way.
There’s a humble air of authenticity to this album that makes it a reliable and deeply appealing project. Font Leroy is not out here shouting for attention or desperate for views. Instead, he’s making music that means something to him, that he himself is a fan of, and for these reasons the entire album works perfectly.
The Khatarnaak hip hop collective sees the artist breakaway for this individual venture, he offers up a track that hits hard but with an easy to appreciate delicacy at the same time.