Nvmitsmarcel is a 19 year old emcee from New Jersey who blazes in with his hot new street banger called ‘Softlock‘.
Nvmitsmarcel’s goal in music is to encapsulate that real New Jersey sound while being the most modest kid out here in the wild. He wants people to listen to his music and inspire through his message of life. A fine example to set in a world far too often overridden with fake celebs and divisive music.
Taken off full album ‘Far Yet Close‘, this is such fresh fly music that is like finding money in your cupboard behind some clothes. Winning feeling right? This is how I feel while listening to this fire new song from the young artist.
‘Softlock‘ is the brand new track from Nvmitsmarcel and this is a party all night bounce that hits the heights of future stardom. The music is too good. One of the highlights so far of a gloomy 2020.
Stream here for the Spotify link to give your ears a Hip Hop lesson.
No matter the way you might wanna slice this one, you can deny the fact that Scoot put up a pack of uptight technical doggedness to further reveal the level at which he so much relishes in the clarity of his impeccable rap prowess.
Scoot, with the collective effort of Balmane, practically served us a fine wine in perfect nature of a song right on this track; you might as well drink to get drunk if you can smell already the “whoadie” that’s been cooked up by this two artist, yeah that’s my “Word-ie”.
The song’s instrumental is a gorgeous array of warm sound and thump that’s carefully synthesized and repeatedly leathered in a reverb. The dexterity of the well-penned lyrics of this song alone is glorious.
On a lighter note, when you’re clogged with zero burden and nothing to worry about, you’ll literally throw dab severally throughout the whole four minutes playtime of this song.
The flow of the song: check. The lyrics of the song: check. The vocals: check. The catchy rap line: check. That trumping beat: OMG double check!
Have you still got any iota of doubt on how true this can be? Do yourself a favour and cop this legit smash hit and get your dabbing skills levelled up.
This artist so much skillfully referenced contemporary icons in his song “Diamonds Dancin”, it’s not too hard to affirm that this is exactly a true story because it’s obvious and crystal clear from the moment the first chord of this music was strummed.
Taj-95 must have probably gotten his musical influence from Wiley and Nelly because his annunciation, delivery and music swag takes a cue from the conspicuous tactfulness of those two aforementioned incredible rappers. Mirroring almost exactly Nelly’s apt delivery and having that thick deep kind of voice like Wiley’s is apparently what makes the texture of this song appear so sexy and irresistible.
More so, it’ll be nice to add that Taj is refreshingly different and unique in his own special way as well. If there’s a medal of honour to present to this artist, it will most definitely be; being able to have great taste in music and a good ear to identify great beat and at the same time being able to produce something magnificent with it after a plethora of different the studio sessions.
A rollercoaster rhythm that sets in whilst the song gathers up its momentum is also a special trait to this great song that shouldn’t be forgotten in a hurry.
In Summary; “Diamonds Dancin” is a hyperactive rap song that’s smoothly delivered by an artist that’s endowed with a really sexy deep bass vocals and as for the records; there’s not an iota of transatlantic distortion that succeeded in ridding this song of its element of quality.