From the unique and multi-coloured layers of the beat, to the unpredictably high-octane verses, Rula balances delicacy with detail, intensity with calm confidence, and holds tight to your attention every step of the way.
The trick here is the multitude of vocal and brass hooks over a relentless rhythm that just won’t quit. Appealing female vocals and a smart and sassy beat make for a compelling listen.
Blissed-out hip-hop hypnosis doesn’t come more nicely packaged than this. As it is, Iris is an accomplished and engaging instrumental that deserves some extra ingredients.
Driving with an ambient and emotive beat, complex and expressive in itself – the work of producer Sean Wright – True Love proceeds to offer lashings of soulful melody, heart-felt intention, and just enough passionate rap to really let the concept and sound sink in.
Undoubtedly, Translation is a release that grows more entertaining and immersive as it progresses. This classic and passionate approach to pop is always welcomed when it returns via such an authentic and energetic performance.
Voice Of G lays out some classic good vibes on this latest project, driving with delicate and calming instrumentals – partly organic, partly fresh and rhythmic enough to fit well amidst today’s musical landscape. On top of this, the vocal deliveries throughout A.M prove equally peaceful, quietly confident, and more than engaging enough to offer something decidedly refreshing and easy to get into.
“If there is one music artist I would love to collaborate with before I end my music journey it would be Lupe Fiasco. I always looked up to him and if the day came for me to make a track with him, I would give it 110% of my effort. Lupe Fiasco got my interest from day one and I followed him to the current state he is in now.”
Storming through for less than two minutes, D.Tech’s No Limitations presents an absolute outpouring of lyricism that sees the artists within barely pause to breathe – holding your attention and building upon the intensity right through to the end.
Re-working the recent hit Old Town Road with a completely new angle but basically the same beat and melody, parody artist The Hairy Sun has taken on the surface level lifestyle of a homeless drug addict – adding comedy and a completely new story-line to what is a notably memorable and quickly recognizable release.
Where it’s often possible to listen to a variety of electronic music these days and pick out certain recognisable layers, in this case – CosmiWave offers up an arena of genuinely unorthodox yet perfectly satisfying elements.
Brothers David and Sebastian Fox join forces to present a truly moving sound as Chase The Jaguar. For those who are new to their work, Never Let You Down is a stunning single – unique in more than a few ways, expressive and compelling.
Rarely these days do we get to stumble upon deeply considerate, profound & clever poetry such as that found throughout this album. The lyricism comes reminiscent of centuries old literature & poetic writing. The band create these intense experiences that seem to lift you out of normality or the predictable noise of the modern world.