Floridian Rap artist Juufro has the flow, he’s got the fire, and now he’s got the ultimate testament to their blazing talent with the retro-futuristic Hip Hop drop “In Da Bag”.
The relentless pacing of the mix almost makes listening to it unravel a hypnotic experience. From the first verse, you’ll be locked into their ensnaring Rap bars which find perfect synergy with the rounded tonally explorative beats.
Even though some of the lyrical hooks are scathing, there’s still an ominous playfulness to the track which makes it all too easy to warm to Juufro from the first hit.
Any fans of J. Cole, Snoop Dogg, The Notorious B.I.G. and Jack Harlow will definitely want to give this release some attention.
You can check out In Da Bag for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Netherlands-born, LA-based artist Odillia’s alluring crossover of Hip Hop and Pop has seen her scouted by the team behind Nelly, featuring on MTV, and now, she’s linked up with Snoop Dogg to create her latest single Break it Down.
As the track progresses, you’ll find yourself wondering who brings the most sensuality to the soundscape. You’ll find chemistry in each and every groove as Odillia and Snoop Dogg set up a sticky-sweet love story which bleeds sincerity through the realism in the narrative.
Break it Down ardently explores the frustration of trying to pull someone onto the same page. You’ll get caught up in the whirlwind as the non-linear lyrics run through, seismically shifting from frustration to lust and back again.
There is also plenty of tactile passion oozing from the visceral bass-riding beats, offering a dizzying amount of rhythmic transfixion. In other words, it’s a radio-ready earworm which won’t quickly be lost to Hip Hop history.
You can check out Break it Down which was released on October 2nd for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Known for their breakout reggae infused debut song ‘’”Freedom on the Line” from 2016, G.W Souther are back with ’We Don’t Wanna Talk About It’’. It’s a solid song, with all the right moves and top musicianship. This is the final song on their new ‘’F I S H’’ album from 2020.
After working with Christina Milian, G Eazy, Jeremih, and Snoop Dogg lately, this band is growing each day and are making quite a name for themselves with festival appearances in the US.
I do feel like they should go back to their reggae roots but totally understand the change of direction on new album ‘’F I S H’’. Each band must evolve but I do prefer the earlier releases from ‘’Freedom On The Line’’. They had a special groove going that I miss.
Look out for more quality music from G.W. Souther, a band who seem like good guys that just want to make good music and entertain. They have soul and make people happy, the whole point of music in the first place.