780 Masochist is the versatile hip hop musician circling the scene with his new release, ‘Memories’.
It’s a track that goes against the grain and adds a new dimension to modern mixes. Furthermore, 780 Masochist explores the hip hop area, and he bestows riches with his excellent production and vocal skills, which he flaunts as he progresses through his performance.
Kaya is a musician who needs little introduction, thanks to her smash hit ‘Polish Flowers,’ which has soared to the top of the hip hop and rnb realms. She is enthusiastic about her music, and it shows in her presentation, drawing us in and allowing us to relax and enjoy the ride.
Her vocals are pleasingly distinct, with a texture that gives her a well-defined edge. She also adds to her emotional delivery by blending subtle notes with frequently sharper intonation. In addition, the music is captivating, with a concise foundation that delves into the emotional psyche. Although nothing particularly intricate is going on in the background, the noises on display add to the beauty of the soundscape and create an aura that is difficult to resist.
‘Polish Flowers’ is a reflective track that echoes the thoughts of someone missing home. However, it is not a piece of longing music that begs for a return to the motherland; instead, it catches the beautiful memories and induces a happy feeling of looking back while simultaneously appreciating the new surroundings. In Kaya’s case, Scotland.
So, where does Kaya go from here? When compared to other musicians in the same genre, it appears that she does not release new music very often. Even though her releases are too few and far between, the ones she delivers manage to keep us occupied during the downtime.
Untold Poet is back, and he smashes his way forward with his latest release, ‘Don’t Understand’. The rapper, who is also a BBC Introducing ‘SOUND OF 2021’ artist stuns here with a performance which confirms his talent.
The Essex based rapper delves into a topic which means a lot to him. Furthermore, he uses his platform and talent to influence society with his words bursting out with the truth. His story touches the heartstrings, and his melodies seep through leaving an indent. He speaks about confusion within his mind; he is unsure why there is hate and inequality in a world where people need support.
BeckMilli lays out her goals in her new release, ‘Gotham’. Furthermore, the London aspirant speaks for the generation who wants to push out and break the mould.
‘Gotham’ kicks off with a memorable intro with a piano melody that sounds frightening but exciting. The piano lead plays through for the majority of the piece. For me, I would enjoy for a little more variance because it can become somewhat repetitive, mostly if you are not concentrating on the story in which BeckMilli presents.