I never anticipated my favourite mosh pit of 2020 would come in the form of a Rap-driven Alt Rock track, but there’s no paralleling S.C.R.D.’s relentlessly high-octane protest single Mosh Pit. It’s wittily scathing, and it packs an adrenalizing punch.
So, if you were in danger of slipping into apathy or ennui, hit play on Mosh Pit; with sirens blazing under the harshly steady Rock beats, it is electrifying from start to finish. Any fans of Wu Tang Clan and Public Enemy will definitely want to jump on this caustically compelling track which pays ode to 90s Old School while serving up the antidote to our 2020 misery.
I may not be covered in the sweat of strangers and left bruised, but I’m galvanized all the same. More than anything, I’m eager to see what S.C.R.D. brings to the airwaves next.
Mosh Pit is available to stream and download on all major platforms via this link.
Like any social movement, Hip-Hop has adapted successfully to its surroundings and evolved, morphed and grown into a representation of the times. Some would argue, that in its growth, its original message has often been watered down and packaged for the masses. Inequality, racial disparity, economic barriers, and police brutality have been sidelined for sex, drugs, money and the aspiration for all three.
‘This Is Life’ by talented artist, Qro, is the perfect track for Hip-Hop lovers everywhere. His lyrical content is reminiscent of the early greats – Big Daddy Kane, Public Enemy, NWA but his style is fresh and today. His beats and his flow are forward thinking and, without a doubt, Qro is a relevant voice. He pulls back the curtain to life as a black man in America and describes tragedy, redemption and hope succinctly and effortlessly. He holds no punches and refuses to sugarcoat his experiences. ‘This Is Life’ is pure Hip-Hop at its best.
Listen to “This Is Life’ by Qro, here at Spotify and tell us what you think. You wont be disappointed.