What It Sound Like?
An interesting start of this decade, to say the least. Unfortunately, most of the news sources have sad or negative info to present. Rumors of war, blazing inferno wiping out a continent… I’m here to bring something more inspirational.
We’ve got nuff culture for this gathering. Talent from Europe, North America, and Jamaica combining. A lesson can be taught here to bickering countries. Falcon Outlaw teams up with Lord Juco to spring us into the new year. This is my introductory to El Brago, pushing key tones from Germany.
Raw lyricism over a classy background. I hear individuals looking for change. They’re sick of what they’re used to. Not saying good times don’t exist, just looking forward to better times. Through the uncertainty, we gotta remain optimistic. One of the coolest things about Hip Hop is the ability to be aggressive while delivering a positive message.
What do you look forward to in the new 365? I could definitely hear more from this T Dot sound. Roll out to YouTube and spin this tune. If you’re new, you also have to listen to Outlaw and Juco catalogues. I must get caught up on other joints from El Brago. Thank you to all the readers staying loyal. Many blessings from Yahweh!
What It Sound Like?
I'm just as eager as you to get to this. An original group, to say the least, well due for placement in the RAN catalog. Gotta put my passport to use and check our family over the border in Toronto, Ontario. Biggups to FALCONCREST for platforms of creativity. They keep each song or set entertaining for the listener, as if it were a book series.
Some know I wrote about DNTE on a tune with John Creasy. My first time hearing him with his label mate, Falcon Outlaw was Kung Fu Lady. "I'm fresh to death lady I'm Camoflauge Monk lady" Immediately, if you have a soul you gotta vibe to that joint! Tonight, we reach a different motel series, though. Take a peek into this single from Red Rose Motel. With slow, gritty production from Giallo Point. He uses the right balance of horns, plus acoustics leaving room for the emcees.
Growing up Jamaican cultured, I have a special appreciation for FALCONCREST. Their Yaad mon influence is heavy in the music. Shows you lyrical value as they flip the lingo, which is real Hip Hop. Bad Mind gets into the art of concealment. The intro preps you for jewels on the way. I won't give too much up, let's say you can't approach the subject one sided.
Outlaw not only spits gems, he also uses his voice in spots as an instrument extension. That is a trait of a producer's ear, as well. Dnte is the classy gangsta. His gems are most decorated in fly talk. The way they work their contrasts and comparisons is compelling. Don't take it from me, though. Do as the artist says, and play it a couple times.
Enjoy free spins at SoundCloud make sure you keep up with the High Heat duo. Don't confuse them with the show, the name derives from a much greater movement overseas. Thanks for choppin it up with me. Blessings from Yahweh!