Browsing Tag

Mac Miller

Music

Press Kampe shows his eccentric side with catchy ”Tuck in the Socks”

Your style is timeless. You don’t care for normal styles at all. In fact, you are doing everything you can to stay away from any trend that is happening. You are ahead of your time and just want to put out good music.

The beat is so smooth on Press Kampe’s new track. He has such an unmistakable flow and wow, this is so catchy.

Tuck In The Socks” strolls in like a rugged skater about to attempt a wild trick. Press absolutely shreds these bars here like a hungry fox that has just pulled his head outside and is so hungry for that dinner.

With influences such as the late great Mac Miller (RIP), this is a dazzling display of words like a real pro. For such a young act he is really developing nicely to be at the top of the food chain real soon. I feel like his energy and unique style really sets him a part from other artists and the beat is really funky fresh with extra ice cubes.

Tuck In The Socks” is a fine song from Los Angeles emcee Press Kampe and this is a new rapper in the game to follow closely.

Stream this new banger from the 8th July on sunny Soundcloud

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Music

Rooftop J – We Going Up: Magnetically Connectable Smooth Hip Hop

Inspirational Hip Hop never gets old. As long as apathy still lingers in our society, we’ll need artists such as Rooftop J to grace the airwaves with high-vibe tracks such as “We Going Up”.

With the steady downtempo beats, a sprinkling of Jazz tones and the atmospheric depth of We Going Up, you’ll easily find the groove in the mix and be pulled along as you hang off Rooftop J’s every word. Their Rap bars parallel the mellifluous feel of the beats in the track which is bound to be of interest to fans of Mac Miller, Kanye, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar.

Ever since Rooftop J made their debut in 2018, they haven’t been short of acclaim, and it’s more than easy to see why. Their magnetically connectable vibe is inimitable.

You can check out Rooftop J’s single We Going Up for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast