Pop Is The Name goes on to tell more of Pop’s story in detail, complete with motivational aspects as much so as those drenched in realness, hardship and hard work.
Fresh from the brand new album, blissful piano work meets with classic nineties synth and vocal layers, and the whole thing is brought to life by the unmistakable confidence and energy of Georgia’s POPMFS.
Big Play Slay 23 is a heavy track, street ready and loaded with anthem-like vibes that bring back that classic togetherness and attitude the genre was born through.
This EP pays a brilliant tribute to the days of real, thoughtful, gritty hip hop – the sort with a concept at its core, rather than simply a beat and a bottle of champagne.
Nikki Mcknight perfectly encapsulates everything it means to have been raised by a loving mother, even into a life that’s not fraught with excess. Working full time & putting in every hour after you clock out into building a career in music is an entirely relatable & oft-lived reality in the art world.
It’s a big track, and POPMFS more than meets the requirements to carry that sort of sound. It’s energetic and proud to be what it is.
The vibe of the whole track works well in making certain you remember & recognise it later on. The ongoing feeling of possibility is powerful, it makes for a hugely compelling few minutes of audio.