With a mysteriously alluring sound that penetrates your curiously intrigued senses, Anoopina shows us that they are in charge of their own destiny with their smash hit single visuals, that you will find impossible to take your eyes off for a second called ‘Suffocate‘.
Anoopina is the outstanding Los Angeles-based alt hip-hop group that comprises two self-motivated and highly talented sisters, who fantastically fuse alluring vocals from Anoo and tremendous raps from Pina.
They smartly inject that new school sound into your thirsty speakers that has you listening closer than before — as they clearly show us their mighty credentials — on a first-rate song that will have you supremely captivated beyond belief.
We are led into the side door of the underground warehouse and met with a crackling of the dusty chains. We are shown into an astounding video that captures the moment you take control of your life back when someone has the audacity to do physical harm to you, which will ultimately prove very costly to their unwise, cruel and manipulative decision. They got too close and you are making moves to rectify this situation no matter who is looking for you.
The crunch of the stylish black boots on the naked floor has you transported inside their imaginative minds and her almost-supernatural voice simmers into your mind, as for a moment you feel like she is really singing right next to you. Her sisters skillful raps somehow wrap tightly around your body and you feel frozen for a few moments, as they stare into your eyes and you feel a sense of relief and admiration for their skill level. Meshed on point by a heart-stopping beat that has you bewildered but also deeply fascinated, all somehow at the same moment in time.
‘Suffocate‘ from the exceptional LA-based alt hip-hop act Anoopina, grabs your attention rather quickly as they tie up your curious mind into unbreakable knots of mystique, with a top notch single that strikingly shows you their unquestionable world class ability. This is what the future sounds like and its here now.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen