If you’re sick of hip-hop that barely slaps let alone hits hard, prepare to roll with the punches with YerDad’s bruisingly witty hit, JFC.
The playful tongue-in-cheek antagonism in the rap bars is just as harsh as the snares in the vocal-driven juggernaut that will appeal to fans of the old school and new wave alike. Tonally and thematically, YerDad encompasses both while he’s establishing himself as the ultimate icon of infectiously galvanising insolence.
It took some serious songwriting tenacity to formulate a track that is abrasive and adrenalizing in equal measure. When you hit play, you’ll discover that is just the tip of YerDad’s talent arsenal.
I’ve always been a firm believer that comedy has as much of a place in music as it does in Film. That belief is rock solid after listening to up and coming Aussie Hip Hop artist MC KREWD’s wittily satirical track Single Mother Malady.
If Kath & Kim did a Rap track, I have a feeling that it would sound a little like this. I mean, let’s be honest, we’ve heard enough Rap artist attempting to glamorise themselves and put us under the illusion that they’re baller deities. It was about time an artist shattered the illusion. MC KREWD absolutely obliterated it with her sense of humour.
MC KREWD’s approach to Hip Hop may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but artists so unapologetically bold and expressive will always have a place on the airwaves.
To fully appreciate Single Mother Malady, watching the official music video which premiered on April 30th, 2020 is a must. You can check it out for yourselves via YouTube.