What It Sound Like?
Getting ready for a new week. Always looking forward to opportunity. Before we advance, let's get into one more #HomeTeam chapter. Deuce Hennessy merge with double headed producer, Chuck Chan and Kil. An interesting approach.
All vocals by way of Deuce, so we get a cycle of his personality. Let alone, a few vocal samples. The combined production of Kil and Chan is quite instrumental. Collectively, the entirety of each track is strong. Instead of one overwhelming plug in. They are laid back, mirroring the West New York artist.
A great portion of this piece is revealing. He patterns his style with compound rhymes, rarely relying on single ended bars. Many witty cadences pierce through the rough mold of past hardships. Fear or Respect gives you an idea of why he mentioned depression in Overthinking. One of my favorite emcees, used rap as his cure and landed a record deal with the biggest label in our culture. Joe Budden battled similar issues and became very successful with Def Jam. Flows are different, but not a bad example of aspiration. Opposition is embraced on joints like I Know They Hate Me and Dish To Pass. The tone shifts, sound of victory is more noticeable. The liveliest beat was saved for last. Deuce goes back in with the bars on Elder Statesman. Standing his ground as a true lyricist.
I like when projects close with lyrics and heavy percussion. It's like a cliffhanger leading to a new movie. This album is play list material, already in mine. Add it to yours. Thank the readers and other talents that support the support. Most High blessings to you and yours!