Undenyable – 1 Shot Spitune Ft Atswei Franaalo

What It Sound Like?

Me this time, the one I feel weird writing about. Nonetheless, this tune should draw in the bloggers, no doubt. I'm joined by the lovely voice of Atswei Franaalo.

I have once posted about her, still she is heard over the seas from Ghana. The numbers are steady increasing. Her voice came to mind after working on this tune a while back. So, pardon my delay. I really wanted the right one for this hook, Attie was on target. As I say, you gotta let the paint dry. The timing ended up being right.

On the visual art side, Bless The General took time out to make my vision work. He understands concepts and is able to deliver accurately.

I know you're wondering who laid the track. Biggups to Amp On The Track for this unforgettable melody. He made it easy to write to. Adding the finishing touches with the boss mix down, had to be Kelby Clarke! By the way, he's got some big news for you. I will let him do the honors.

Undenyable made a fun everlasting moment, everybody's work shines through. I am grateful to the staff, as well as the readers. Enough typing, listen to my song off my upcoming project.God bless, enjoy!

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Welcome To Inglewood – General Back Pain Ft Supreme Allah

What It Sound Like?

Independent music is at one the strongest points yet. The past few weeks have been proving consecutively. General Back Pain keeps that energy steaming with Welcome To Inglewood. Our Cali comrade partnered with Wu England rep, Supreme Allah

Individually, each have been racking up streamers with their persistent ethic. Combined, the numbers only climb! Back Pain is a slickster, his lines cut before you realize contact was made. Supreme hits with aggressiveness. Dope rhymes standing out with an unorthodox flow. 

  J-Ferman laced the soundtrack with those samples of soul classics. Get your massage therapist ready, beats are Boom Bap approved. Most of this piece is shared between the emcees, the General takes off dolo with Space. The Outro is handled solely by Supreme Allah. The only other vocals belonged to Pin Wu, as he salutes the team during the Intro. 

Multiple bridges are being met with WTI. Coast to coast bangers, 808 fans to sample fans agree on this vibe. The wordplay is impressive, beat selection varies well. Listeners should be able to play this a few times in a row. 

I'm always grateful for the All-Nighters that enjoy these posts. God bless to all!

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