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Reggae Hip Hop


Tarono x Macho – Trap in a Maze: Sweet Sun-Kissed High Vibe Trap

Tarono & Macho sweetened up the airwaves with their recently released summer Trap single “Trap in a Maze” made in collaboration with Doubleapproved.

If you’re looking for urban good vibes, you won’t find many tracks with the ability to take you as high as Trap in a Maze does. The effortlessly melodic Trap beats flow through rhythms influenced by world music to create the perfect platform for the artist’s smooth Reggae RnB-style vocals.

Trap in a Maze drips both earworm and commercial potential. It’s easy to anticipate big things to come from Tarono x Macho in the future. Get them on your radar. You won’t regret it.

You can check out Tarono & Macho’s single Trap in a Maze which dropped on June 13th by heading over to Apple Music or Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Caspa – No Friends: One of The Most Candidly Inspiring Hip Hop Tracks You’ll Hear This Year

With a killer melody and lyrics which hit like a tonne of bricks, there’s no room to wonder why plenty of Hip Hop fans have jumped on the fresh new drop “No Friends” by breaking Rap artist Caspa.

The Bahamas-based artist used their energetic lyrical prowess and candid conviction to share with the airwaves a mix which makes no bones about saying that standing on your own two feet is one of the most liberating things you can do.

Traditionally, loners have been looked at as outcasts, but have you met people? As Bukowski said, “beware of those who seek constantly seek crowds, they’re nothing alone”. Caspa’s track is just as poignant, and there’s the added bonus that it’s a sun-soaked liberating earworm.

You can check out Caspa’s latest track No Friends by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Ivory Blue – Wole: Sun-Kissed Afropop-Infused Hip Hop

While you’ll usually struggle to find authenticity within up-tempo party Afropop Hip Hop, with Ivory Blue’s recently released rhythmically arrestive drop “Wole” you’ll find all of the danceable euphoria you could possibly ask for.

The sun-kissed record is an offering of pure soul. Whether you look to the shimmering warm melodies or Ivory Blue’s sweet and sensuous vocals, you’re sure to find a connection with the soundscape. The production also plays a heavy hand in ensuring that Ivory Blue’s pioneering approach to the genre resonates just as it should.

With elements of world music and multilingual vocals in Wole, it’s a refreshing breakaway from monocultural Western Hip Hop.

You can check out Ivory Blue’s Afropop-infused high vibe offering of Hip Hop for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast