Scene-setting and detailing are second to none, the artist holding attention with vocal and literary magic alone.
The weight and late-night darkness of trap, fused with a story that refreshingly captivates – LennyDaLux keeps things relevant yet interesting on this latest release.
Jake unites with the beat, naturally flowing through the process, making the whole thing feel genuine, and easily crafted.
An immediately soulful and infectious hook starts off this new release from Ronald Mkiza in the best possible way.
An artist seemingly lightyears ahead of many of his peers in terms of everything from musicality to flow to lyrical framing & conceptualisation.
Introducing a topically poignant album, loaded with the inequalities and injustices that have swamped this past year or so, Tu Pham accesses the issues of the moment in a notably creative, strikingly up-front manner.
Slowly but surely the creative edge and personality of Soche, along with these gripping, deeply personal stories, shines with unquestionable brightness.
Melancholic depth and self-reflection pour through in compelling waves of heartbreak for this immersive new collaborative release from 3Mind Blight & Clare Estelle.
Crafted to keep things laid-back in the relationship department, WHAT I LIKE progresses in a chilled way for the most part, before injecting a brighter key change for a notably more passionate, memorable hook.
Great bars, clever word-play, fresh rhymes, a clear sense of identity in the lyrics & vocal tone alike, and a notably refreshing ambiance that feels decidedly free from the confines of the contemporary hip hop scene.
Philadelphia twin brothers Drppy Jay and sintelstax feature throughout this album of heartache, struggle, depression, love, and the heavy impact of a tumultuous 2020.
The first of his kind on the scene as an Indian rapper, Mirza introduces his vocal tone and consistently rhythmic rap style in a unique way.