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Cinematic Hip Hop

UniqueSince3 set a score of cinematic minor-key hip hop in Make You Mine

With their cinematically classic hip hop single, Make You Mine, the up-and-coming artist, UniqueSince3, sent emotional shivers up the spine of the minor key piano melodies.

After doctors wrote off his prospects with his autism diagnosis at the age of three, the rapper refused to subjugate himself to the same dim fate and strode into greatness. Notably, Make You Mine took him one giant leap forward.

As someone else that falls on the neurodivergent side of the spectrum, I can only imagine how much inspiration others will get when they look up to UniqueSince3 and his evocative wordplay powers.

Check out the official lyric video by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

FIFTY VINC gives us dark cinematic conviction in his latest single, We Gonna Make It

Take the darkest rap track to have ever dominated your eardrums, throw plenty of cinematic flair on it, light it up with motivational conviction, and you may just get close to imagining what FIFTY VINC delivered in his latest single, We Gonna Make It.

And yeah, I know, all of that sounds like hyperbole, but once you hit play, you’ll soon see that even the most superfluous attempts to encapsulate the energy in We Gonna Make It is utterly futile.

The German music producer, composer for TV and Film and founder of FIFTY VINC productions has already sealed sync deals with some of the biggest networks in the industry, including Battle Of The Year, NBA, NFL, DAZN, ProSieben, RTL, UFC, SkySport and MTV.

There is an unignorable immensity to his production style that is undoubtedly going to see him go even further in his already glistening career.

We Gonna Make It is now available to stream on Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Rap artist and producer Sea High has released his cinematically raw single, ‘Bad Habits’.

Sea High

Swathes of mental health-related singles have hit the airwaves during lockdown, but rapper and producer Sea High’s ode to despair, Bad Habits, is a fiery candid hit that makes most tracks sound superficial at best.

Bad Habits, in the best way possible, is a manic release that reflects the instability we feel and our tendency to rely on our vices to bring a sense of comfort and stability, even though indulging in them is an act of self-sabotage.

With his dizzying canter that accurately reflects the often-chaotic nature of our intense internal monologues as we try and make sense of the endlessly confusing world, the dramatically cinematic feel of the production and the meta power of the lyrics, Sea High can definitely be regarded as a triple-threat.

Bad Habits is due for official release on June 25th. Check out Sea High via Facebook.

Review by Amelia Vandergast