Introducing a rapper and artist with lashings of confidence and creativity to gift the scene – Zadquiel marches to the beat of his own drum throughout a chaotic and captivating London Style.
Somewhat miscellaneous in genre but rooted amidst rhythm and volume, London Style blends distorted guitar riffs and compressed beats alongside a raw yet recognisable vocal outpouring of both English and Spanish.
Zadquiel’s style is his own, with contemporary flows but indie-rock and metal tendencies underneath it.
There’s also an unexpectedly melodic hook moment that effectively redirects things all the more so, and an ambient breakaway into reverb-kissed reggae vibes during the latter half – a definite highlight that creatively elevates that entire release.
Bold from the outset but musically impressive as things move along, London Style undoubtedly leans towards artistic freedom whilst implementing the clear building blocks of the modern trap scene for that relevant audience reach.