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New Release A Week Movement: GieoSound shows us what is to come on ‘To Be Continued’

New Release A Week Movement: GieoSound shows us what is to come on ‘To Be Continued‘ and this is a new single that showcases the hard work that needs to take place to make it to the top of the music game.

Based in Surrey in the UK, this is a young and motivated talent that brings his a-game here. The production is alive and the lyrics tell us everything about the future. It is looking promising. With raps, singing and a punchy piano-filled beat, this is a foot-stamping effort.

With lots of determination and the right mindset, this is a musician with a taste for making lots of music and improving the skill set daily.

GieoSound is terrific on ‘To Be Continued‘ and this is a sign to come, a message to the world that this is someone we need to take seriously. Its this type of attitude that wins and the beat meshes so well to percolate a taste that is so welcoming. With more music each week, this is a listen that needs to be bookmarked.

Head through to the Soundcloud for more beats.

Click here for the YouTube page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

UK Hip Hop Producer GieoSound energises the airwaves with their latest drop “Na Na Na Na!”

It is an incredibly rare occurrence for true personality to shine through in Hip Hop, but after hearing GieoSound’s latest release Na Na Na Na! I feel like I know the artist and producer well enough to invite them over for a cup of tea.

With the track which dropped on October 27th, the UK-based artist and producer put a brand new spin on the frustrative and aggressive tracks which have been created during lockdown. It’s a work of feisty defiance, but with the lush warm soft tones and GieoSound’s playfully enigmatic approach to production, you can’t help but feel a little endeared and reassured that no matter how bleak things seem, it’s all going to be okay. Even if it isn’t, at least we’ll have blazing new drops such as Na Na Na Na! to jam to as the apocalypse looms.

You can check out Na Na Na Na! for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast