Back once again with an inarguable showcase of unwavering devotion to the craft, Jaydii collaboratively masters the space with Supreme Khay, alongside production from the one and only Blvff, for the six-track EP NAHIMASTAY.
An audio journey to lift you from your lull – Yun Fei crafts an all-consuming work of art; organic layers of oriental instrumentation and tribal rhythms, presenting an uplifting and aptly celebratory listen, for Glory.
“I’d say I make music for humans. Like, you can’t put me in a box. I just feel it’s unrealistic for someone to be in the same mood all the time.”
Hot on the heels of the brand new album Funny Storm Vol. 1, we caught up with rapper and artist Jaydii, to find out more about the good vibes of the project, the creative process, the power of collaboration, and plenty more. Here’s how it went. * * * Jaydii! MASSIVE congrats for the launch … Continued
In an age where the idea of the album has come to face struggles in relevance or attention maintaining, Funny Storm Vol. 1 hits with consistently likable impact, offering an eclectic playlist of clever bars, stylish production and a skillful balance between simple fun and somewhat more contemplative, conscious references.
Big-band vibes and classic, cleanly mixed rap bars make up the brilliantly colorful, uplifting and heartfelt new album from New York’s Marshay Logan.
Haunting production rises from simple to striking, as creative songwriter SAVARRE explores the value of reflecting on turmoil, for SCARS.
Majestic production and passionate vocals unite with increasingly immersive songwriting, as Sandor Gavin and Weldon collaborate for the beautifully evocative Ghost Of A Memory.
Where delicacy was essential in conveying the gratitude and oneness of the opening song, boldness and rhythm and volume are key aspects of raising the bar for I Dare You, and in both cases D’Alessio executes faultlessly.
Imagine something like electro-pop, with an experimental edge of creative composition; and a profound lyrical core.
Trap rhythms and vastly ethereal, reverb-drenched production guides us into the melodic and contemplative What’s Going On, from NY rapper and artist Munch.
This creative realm is vast yet focused – ultimately indicative of a band with their own fascinating and refreshing way with creativity. It’s interesting and entertaining in equal parts.