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Ease the Artist

Shrewsbury-based Hip hop royalty Ease the Artist rolled with the punches and has emerged victorious on ‘Talk’

After impressing us all with ‘Go Off, Ease the Artist returns with a bar-heavy track that will please fans who love it when emcees drop it real and never waiver with ‘Talk‘.

Ease the Artist is a Shrewsbury, UK-based indie Hip hop pioneer who has been away for a few years but is making a return so glorious that they will probably make a movie about him.

A reflection of different genres, some Motown influence, early 2000 hip hop, R’n’B, Trapsoul. A real mix. We took a long time off from around 2011 & recently started releasing music again.” ~ Ease the Artist

Sparking up our imagination with a seriously excellent flow that reminds you of the greats, Ease the Artist might be underrated but is one of those artists that the underground knows all about. With a top-quality beat and smartly-created bars, this is an outstanding release that will have the real Hip hop heads grinning as they have just won the lotto.

Talk‘ from West Midlands, UK-based Hip hop legend Ease the Artist, is a quality track that is all about just going for it when others consume their minds with endless chatter and never bother with that all-important action. He has seen the world for what is it, been down and almost out, but has emerged stronger and is only heading to the top with his winning mentality which is so clear to hear. This is the type of track for anyone who has felt bogged down by others and who needs some vital inspiration, to keep on the path and to never give up. Ever.

Listen in to this new single on Spotify and see more via the Facebook music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Ease the Artist put the West Midlands on the UK hip hop map once again with ‘Go Off’

After 12 years in the industry, the trailblazing West Midlands, UK-based hip hop pioneer, Ease the Artist, has had plenty of time to find his signature sound. Based on the sheer charisma, grit and distinction in his seminal track, Go Off, you couldn’t ask for a brighter luminary.

Rather than solely relying on his rapid cadence – which alone is dizzying – he also finds plenty of space in his dynamic bars to lay down vocal hooks in the chorus and plenty of charismatic personality in the verses.

Go Off finds the perfect balance between convictive Grimey motivation and playful high vibes that allow you to embrace the true talent of Ease the Artist. So far, that talent has seen him featured on BBC Introducing and having one of his tracks selected to become the track of the week.

You can check out the official lyric video for Go Off by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast