UK rapper Coll shreds the mic that unlocks ‘The Keys‘ on this powerful Hip Hop track.
The Norwich based emcee takes this new single from the forthcoming EP, ‘Blue Magic 2‘. This is a slick song all about doing what you gotta to keep you smiling. Self-love is the key.
’The Keys’ is all about self-resilience, believing in yourself and making the right decisions in life to ensure happiness for yourself and your family”.
With a punchy fresh UK style, this is top notch Hip Hop that oozes mad skills. Always the underdog, this is a poet who sounds inspired on this new single. He knows that nothing comes for the free and he wants the whole loot. This is an emcee who has the keys now to how life can be, inside his soul, he knows what needs to happen long-term. Long-lasting success and living a good life are the goals. These are going to happen as you can hear it in Coll’s voice in his quality track ‘The Keys‘.
The inability of most rap artist to breathe creativity in every line of their work is something all good music enthusiast and loyalist can’t help but complain about. So many things have really changed in the rap game these days, it quite seems to be all about jumping right in the boot to record a song the moment the music producer finally hit some nice chords combo to put out a cool beat.
Whatever happened to music with a good intent of addressing a problem?
It ain’t always about cooking up a well-penned cuss/ diss track or spitting those heavy bars while trying to sound like a lyrical prodigy at rap cyphers. Trust me, this Hip Hop song ain’t nothing like what you’ve heard in a long while; it couldn’t have been sang any better.
Apart from that simple but yet captivating “She be Like Oh La La” chorus that softly adds more happy vibe the song, another thing that’s very hard to miss is that brilliant sound that hurls off every iota of uncertainty as regards the validity of the song’s quality, miles away each minute the song plays.
The Flow of the music and the lyrics are also well punctured and organized. It’s really nice to know that Wilstar is still fresh in the industry and I presume he would be able to pull out more dope songs in his subsequent work with ease.