Intense and heavy, five minutes of bars and meandering, carefree flows, alongside a haunting, repetitive and all-consuming beat; No Jumper digs its claws into the scene.
Featuring a varied vocal lead from the outset, backed up by that relentlessly unsettling ambiance, No Jumper utilises cinematic samples and detail to really set the mood.
Not soaked in auto-tune, up front and cleanly mixed, showcasing the natural tone, confidence and character of all involved, the single feels something like a freestyle as it pours through – often turning to short phrases for a loop of anthemic weight.
Produced by Trill Till, No Jumper has a clear level of identity to it – a recognisable sound that’s further secured by the clarity and personality of the voices.
A collaborative effort through and through, hard-hitting yet laid back in content and flow, Ro0k, CHG and Lil B share the space with equal optimism and fearless movement through moments on the mic. Not an easy listen, but not intended to be – hip hop at its most raw and unafraid.