Justin Don is a creative who has crafted a uniquely ambient playlist for music fans, bringing together elements of hip hop & dreamlike electronica alike, paving the way for a calming experience that’s as fit for escapism as it is those moments where we desire a little understanding or some humanity.
SNY throws out a party anthem for the hip hop world with this latest single. He shows no signs of slowing down & his music seeks to push for the same sort of belief within the listener.
Insomniac is one of the best songs to come out this side of the year – undoubtedly one of the most interesting and impressive releases from The Keymakers to date; and they always hit the mark anyway.
Hurricane Irma was the worst hurricane I’ve ever been through. This experience has left an indelible mark in my memory. Personally, it made me even more resilient, more fearless. As an artist, I am more focused towards realizing & manifest my dreams. I cannot wait any longer. I must pursue this dream now.
Jaydcrazy and J-Matt are a duo bringing something relevant yet mildly fresh to modern music fans. Their voices have a contemporary finish, as does the use of melody and the concept, but various others elements help give this song something a little different.
With each new listen to French 75, the more the details & the ambiance appeal – they sound increasingly original & enjoyable as you familiarise yourself with them, giving the song a touch of longevity; and drawing you in even further towards Alex Blocker as an artist.
The Meaning Of Life is as thoughtful and reflective as the title implies. The ambiance has a classic pop-meets-RnB vibe about it, the leading vocals each add a level of smooth soul – a sincerity that can’t be faked.
This is why we turn to music in the first place, to seek out those moments in which the audio screams aloud for us, getting everything out in the open and relieving us of those inner struggles and confused feelings.
Matty Marz pours so much eclecticism & artistry into this project. His voice is stunning, his ideas range from the deeply personal to the purely human, and always the words deal with honesty & genuine emotion. There’s beauty in all of it.
There are multiple layers of vocals within this piece, but once you know where you are, this works to reinforce each idea & to present a choir-like sense of calm & togetherness – something that holds close to the inherent values of the song & indeed the artist.
Dukki Boi as a rapper has the sort of nostalgic and natural vocal tone to really carry an appealing vibe within modern hip hop. As an artist in general, this single feeds further into that sentiment – making for something that quite genuinely feels as if it was a slept on hit from the dawn of the genre.
As a survivor, Shamim is able to offer a balance between the third person narrative and a little more of the emotions and the thought processes that accompany a life under the thumb of addiction.