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4 tracks without a single mistake split decision The EP is a collaborative effort that unites two of Britain’s biggest artists, bouncing through dense wordplay like two martial artists with funny accents trying to outmaneuver each other. Dave is the grizzled veteran of the duo, and some of his best work comes from past collaborations with artists like Giggs on “Pellegrino” and J. Huss on “Samantha.”
Central Sea are young, fresh off the success of last year’s viral hit ‘Doja’, and they’re showing off an impressive flow while cheekily answering allegations of homophobia in their music. Both artists can rap as hard as they can, and the lyrics are dense enough to keep you coming back for more. Dave is the better rapper of the two, reminiscent of Rick Ross at his best in a way that deftly conveys a life of luxury and righteous greed. “This fat bastard made 5 kilos, it’s just me and a black cutter, this 2 kilo chain should be done with black butter,” he says. Central Sea may lack Dave’s maturity, but he’s not completely blind, saying, “She’s great, but I won’t criticize her, because I’m a jerk too, so I’m going to give her an Aperol Spritz.” I use a few bills,” he said. at Bagatelle. ”
The short EP ends with “UK Rap,” in which the duo argue that no woman listens to UK rap anymore, except of course Dave and Central Sea. “She only listens to Rap Caviar and she’s playing Hera Americans in the car,” Central says. We need more industry-controlled Spotify playlists to reprimand those who only listen to “Rap Caviar,” named after a brand of unaffordable luxury food that no one has eaten for half a century. be.
YN Jay is an artist who has resigned himself to releasing nearly every song he records, though some feel that he workshops the perfect ad-lib for just three minutes. increase. He often gets carried away and has the fun of a drunken freestyle. So crude, unpredictable, and bordering on stupidity. But it was this ability to turn off the mind and really experiment that led to his success.
In an old No Jumper interview with mentor and collaborator Rio Da Yong OG and RMC Mike, they noted that Y.N. Demonstrate how interested you are in But it’s the goofier, hilarious YN Jay version of him that attracts the majority of fans. In “Devastated”, YN Jay appears in the middle. “Give me freedom, I made him book like I was educated, Bitch thinks I’m signed to Young Money because I’m committed,” he says. YN Jay’s songs and mixtape onslaught certainly remind us of mixtape-era Lil Wayne, but can he turn his irreverence and work ethic into a project as coherent as this? carter series? This is one of the best ENRGY beats I’ve heard here, centered around a soothing Spanish guitar riff that’s quickly forgotten by the time the tombstone bells ring, an ENRGY signature.
Johnny Dang’s custom diamond fronts are popular with rappers and professional athletes for their flair and flair. Source Walker recently made headlines after spending $500,000 on a Cuban link chain created by a Texas-based Vietnamese-American jeweler.
Legendary Johnny Dunn himself, proprietor of custom jewelry and Diamond Grills, accompanied by dental jewelry master Paul Wall and up-and-coming Dorothy, Mexican OT to the music of his eponymous song appearing in the video. Christian at that moment. The Mexican OT is properly frozen for the video and can be seen dancing with Mr. Dunn during a dizzying double-time stream commemorating his love of diamonds and custom jewelry. You can see He reminds me of Maxo Cream, a modern Texan who showcases Southern rap in an equally unusually technical and breathtaking style. Perhaps that Mexican OT will follow the Maxo Cream route and eventually reach a deal with Roc Nation.
Vayda acts as a one-woman troupe on the short, sexy self-produced song “right on,” which features looped samples that sound like ghosts and bouncy at the same time. Her DIY sound and lo-fi aesthetic remind me of Hook or, in some ways, Missy Elliott. Both artists create one-of-a-kind music that fuses multiple genres to make it personal and unique.
Steeped in SoundCloud pastiche and internet-filled glamour, Vajda’s off-kilter cadence works well with the work, demonstrating her star energy. What could you do with a bigger budget?
Comedian Hannibal Bless has been releasing music under the name Eshu Tune in recent months, and I’m not sure how seriously it should be taken. First, “Veneers Remix” featuring Danny Brown and Paul Wall. It’s decent, but it felt a bit gimmicky to enjoy it more than just hearing the novelty.
But Eshu is back with a justifiably good and funny song that mocks the British rapper. On “Lump Me”, produced by DJ Payne 1 and Jay Cactus, Hannibal raps so competently, almost unrecognizable in voice and appearance, to the rhythms of British rappers, such as “Peppa Pig”. is sprinkled with slang and uses terms such as “bastard”. I ad-libbed and said I was going to paint an enemy mural in Brixton, London. I don’t know exactly how long this will last, but I’m officially asking.