Pediko song’s, Ticket To Go, is a mellow trappy song about making it and leaving those who never supported you behind. You only get one shot. When its time, you feel it in your gut to do it. No matter the consequences that’s involved when it comes to your passion. Pediko did a nice job of switching up certain elements of the rap verses, but kept it consistent. The engineer did a good job accumulating the storytelling and creating the mood that’s present. Check out the video below for a visual idea.
Rowlan’s, make me snap, has the sound someone who was just pissed off at the world as a situation. The dire aesthetic that the has make you like you’re being rush to do something yet Rowlan is the voice of reason slowing you down. The vocal mix was very good as I feel it was overly over the top but it has a nice mellow “Johnny Cash” mood to it. It worked with the hip-hop vibe and I am wondering what he may experiment with next. Check out the song below!
Curly Chuck track, 100 Rounds, featuring TYC is the perfect song for people who loves rap but also listens to metal and horror core. The song is perfect for any hardcore media soundtrack as you can hear the fury in the tone. I can hear it on Borderland games, WWE, dark, gothic or steampunk type of cinema. It has that adrenaline that makes you feel like you’re in a vampire underworld and it’s a mosh pit throwing bodies everywhere. The song has an unique blend of rap with the mood and vibes of metal. The sound is unique and the engineer did a great job of capturing that. But there’s enough talking, you have to listen for yourself.
WOULF, Coupe, is a high energy pop-hiphop song with the trap feel of a Miami highway cruise. The flow compliments the mood of the beat and it works with the cascade style that WOULF uses. The song reminds me of a nice sunset while riding around and having women of all flavors hop in your ride. It definitely has radio play value and the engineer did a good job of catching the witty story of WOULF’s future and making it fit sonically pleasing. Hey, don’t take my word for it. Check out his music below.
MARG’s song, Dark Clouds, is a sonic blend of sunflowers blooming on the outside of a tornado. Some may read that and go, “what? how can I possibly imagine and understand that?”. Well, it’s true. The chaos is the story line of frustration, anxiety, depression. That can be factored into many things in one’s life. Just the forming of negative energy gathering around and looming over you. That is what I believe MARG went through at some point. However, she kept facing them and overcoming the curse. The knowledge to get over the dark clouds and get what you want. I would say, the negative energy was at some point…a significant other.
Sugi Dakks is back again with another dope track titled, Move On. Sugi is not angry on this track like before, nonetheless, he is showing us a vulnerable side of him. The overall song is coupled with harmonies and instruments that’s pleasing to the ear. It’s very poetic as Sugi begins with a very touching piece about personal growth. Sometimes in life you just have to let go and move on. That’s a life lesson that we all learn as we grow into the person we become and sometimes it can lead us down different paths. I respect Sugi for his dedication and ambition. Be sure to check out his song and other works by him.
Smooth Blaq & Zoh comes together with a wavy track called, Vibe. The song is very dreamy and creamy the way it sounds rolling pass the ears and stimulating your senses. The song talks about vibing with someone on an intimate level. The energy is so strong that the two individuals may end up getting closer behind doors once the night is over. The sound is very smooth and I have a feeling that’s how Blaq likes his songs to be. The producer did a great job of capturing the mood for this track. If you enjoy sounds that feels good, then check it out below.
K-phax’s song, Matrix, is dope. I like the creativity that the song enlists on so many layers. It reminds me of All American Rejects mixed with Lil Yatchy‘s mood with the choice of beats. K-phax is definitely better than Yatchy but we will not get into that. You can hear the many different elements of growing up feeling like an outcast and to some it may seem like another world that you’re living in, hence, the matrix. The fact that hip-hop music is so global and impacting so many lives is crazy. All the way over in Denmark and is making history. K-phax, you and VISQ definitely need to collab ;). Great job on the song and I’m curious to hear what you have coming out next.