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I Cut Them Off: YSV x Projectz knows when to pull the ‘Kill Switch’

Skidding into our homes with a flashy car that certainly races up your pulse, YSV x Projectz shows us that they are only interested in those people who are 100% loyal and keen to help them build an empire so big it will never go hungry on ‘Kill Switch‘.

YSV is a Florida-based indie rapper and he is joined by fellow hip-hop artist Projectz on this tire-sliding new single that is filled with fresh flows that catch your attention.

Turning up the speed like someone on a mission to get rich quick, YSV and Projectz make a top-notch team on this bar-filled effort by two rappers who aren’t messing around. They remember when they were poor and how the girls weren’t as keen as they are now – while you sense that they are just focused on success – while eliminating all distractions and fake former friends rather quickly.

Kill Switch‘ from YSV x Projectz, is a quick-fire track that accelerates quickly into your mindset, which has you totally enthralled into their money-making approach. The raps are loaded with honestly-written accounts of how laborious life was growing up, finding a girl who is down with your style, and obtaining that purpose in this flaky world that can forget about you rather quickly. These are two young rappers on the rise, and they intend on taking as much treasure with them as possible.

See this new music video via YouTube and see more on the IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

J Luchiano releases Slide: A truly impressive Trap and Harmony single

Atlanta-based artist Justin Barnett aka J-Luchiano has released his new ‘Slide’, embracing the sound of Trap and Harmony, he is not afraid to speak the truth and show the world his unique sound.

What would be considered as a fairly short track, there’s a lot going on throughout from sound effects, melodies and vocal ranges.

Starting off with a slight echo in the background and the noise of what sounds like a trumpet, then the beat begins to drop as the Rap begins to start, there are a lot of electronic sounds within Slide, using music technology to create a synthesised effect on the lyrics spoken as well as the overall melody.

J Luciano’s vocals don’t tend to change speed or get higher or lower, they’re constantly the same way throughout. Most Rap artists do tend to change the way they sound throughout whether that’s by adding effects or upping the volume, but that’s not the same for him he succeeds doing it his way and keeping everything the same, he sways a far from the generic Rap artist and puts his own twist on it.

Check out J Luchiano’s latest track by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Karley Myall