Rakz 4K and producer Supply join forces for this hard-hitting, heavy yet mellow-paced sweep of nostalgia.
Blu Ray doesn’t purely celebrate the concept at its core, there’s far more of a story-line at work here – Rakz 4K lays bare her truth from the offset, hardly pausing to breathe and never falling below par in terms of the flow and the honesty on display.
The beat utilizes contrast well, in a simple yet effective manner – balancing higher synths and a touch of jazz with that immense and unquestionable bass line. Alongside of this, Rakz 4K makes sure to take full advantage of every second. Whether with melody or rap, her story is told to an intense and again contrasting degree, and being that her voice is just unique enough to stand out, she manages to hold your attention right the way through.
Barely surpassing the two-minute mark, Blu Ray is over and done with in no time, but the anthem-like quality of the music, and of that title concept, helps make it one of the more striking to emerge in the genre of late.