Up and coming hip hop artist, Stevie B, put his own spin on the old school style with his latest rhythmically captivating rap single that unfolds as an ode to old school like no other.
Instead of trying to brand old school styles as his own, the New Delhi-based rapper championed the records he was raised on and used enough passion to leave anyone enthused and gratified for the movement that the OGs created. It’s impossible not to be hooked in by his lyrical wit that is just as sharp as the hooks in the Eastern-inspired melodies.
The official video for Old School premiered on November 6th. You can check it out for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
It’s not every day that hip hop artists with magnetic charismas fall onto our radar, which is just one of the reasons to get hyped about Rhisk’s new high-vibe single, Mr. Mr; it’s a baller hip hop track like no other.
With Eastern world music elements putting an alchemic touch on the instrumentals and Rhisk’s enigmatically energetic rap bars falling into them, you couldn’t ask for a more galvanising hip hop playlist staple. If any hip hop single is going to give you the energy to get back on your grind, it’s Mr. Mr with its earworm melodies and unadulterated good vibes. Whatever the X-factor is, Rhisk has it.
‘Samurai’ is the subversively cultural latest single to be released by KJ Legend, a Hip Hop artist intent on leaving an authentic mark on the airwaves with their uniquely conceptual sound.
Eastern Asian rhythms transfixingly meld with the solid hits of the 808s which obliterate the monocultural Hip Hop mould which many artists constrain themselves with. The playful and cultural twist on the aggressive lyrics discernibly illustrates KJ Legend’s potential as an artist. With every hit of Samurai, the mindfulness starts to hit harder, it’s a track which keeps on giving.
You can check out Samurai for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
Indonesian Hip Hop artist Lil Bro dropped their third track “MERCY” in January 2020 and the airwaves became an infinitely better place for it.
With Eastern melodies weaved into the mix, MERCY is a refreshing change from the monocultural Hip Hop which dominates the genre. Throughout the track, there’s plenty of evolutions both in terms of the instrumentals and Lil Bro’s vocal delivery which switch from RnB-style vocals to convictive Rap versing. The production on the Lo-Fi demo may be a little rough. But the energy, soul, and passion projected into MERCY remained palpable from the first verse to the last.
We’ve instantly warmed to Lil Bro’s latest mix. And if you appreciate good vibes in your contemporary EDM Hip Hop, we’re fairly sure you’ll share our viscerally warm reaction.
You can check out Lil Bro’s single MERCY for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.