A brilliant start off in a fine tone of smooth soothing vocals that gets you really submerged in its awesomeness is what can be generally summarized about Flat 26’s “Prove It”.
It’s liberating enough to just lay back and experience in its full glory the amazing way this artist so maturely crafted its art in mild sonorously tempo throughout the playtime of this song.
The sweet vocals and the melody of this song will be the essential major key to put you in a transfixed state; a place of good pleasurable and good dose of happy feeling is over laid.
That Melancholic chills and heartfelt emotion that surrounds all Justin Timberlake’s music is the same property this song is made of. The balanced inter switch of different background musical instruments used in this song further added some amount of sweetness to the already well cooked beat.
Oh, that’s almost an interscribe slush that gives off a tender smooch to the earbub of whoever that listens to the indelible masterpiece. I can’t help but recommend this song every lover of good music.
This song is well mastered and well placed. The lyrics is quite light and very easy to sing along. “Prove It” by Flat 26 is such a slush of sweet eargasm whose aura and drift is translunary.
Quality Sound, Great Song, and Enchanting Voice is exactly what you’ll make of this piece. I sincerely would love to listen to more songs from FLAT 26.
At first, when I first listened to the latest track by the East London based artist Kelz TBK I was conflicted, I was unsure how to transcribe the feeling that he’d orchestrated La La La with.
The tone is ubiquitously lachrymose, yet the vocal delivery is imploring, pounding and brashly, playfully endearing. I was torn. Yet one thing is for sure, this chilled, Trap, Melodic Rap mix is one of the greatest feats to come from the Trap genre in 2017. Kelz TBK is by no means a new contender to the scene, he’s infiltrated the London underground with his infectious sound, and I can only imagine that with his ability to create a sound that grips you like a vice will see him go far within the scene and join other iconic artists such as Migos, Diplo, and Major Lazer in no time on the podium sipping Hennessey. Even if the 420 persuasion is much more of Kelz TBK’s bag, La La La was engineered for smokers who love Trap, if that sounds like you, head on over to SoundCloud now where you can check out his latest track:
Movie Monroe is a breakthrough Trap artist that’s taking the scene by storm with his passionate and progressive style which will have you hooked from the first verse. His latest track Tie Dye is a simplistic haunting of truths expelled over his subtle poetic lyrical flow which provides a poignantly resonate experience.
The Las Vegas based Alternative Melo Trap Rap Hip Hop enigma has produced a flawless 9 track album Aura Ultra, Tie Dye is just one of the standout tracks that hits you with hypnotising melodies and inches you closer into developing an affinity with this charismatic trap artist. I’ve often found Trap to be one of the most compelling sub genres of Hip Hop, the way that the attention is not demanded, it’s carefully extradited through evocative feeling and 80’s minimal beats that allow you to breathe throughout the track. It doesn’t pound with grandiosity or mediocrity it’s humanity stripped bare, wounded and raw. Monroe’s whole album is a delectable experience which proves to be the perfect platform to expose his versatile style.
Check out Movie Monroe’s track Tie Die via SoundCloud using the link below:
Movie Monroe may just be my favourite emerging R&B artists of 2017, the sounds are lavish, poignant and styled in a way that David Lynch would even come to envy. The sound to Moneyman has been polished to perfection by NEDARB, the beat flows with ubiquitous ease, whatever mood you’re in, this sound has the potential to grab your mood with its individualistic trap styling. Monroe doesn’t demand attention in an obvious way, he puts out his lyrics in an almost shy capacity that allows you to really sink your teeth into what he’s putting out on the sound waves.
The ridiculously catchy song was released just a few weeks ago when the Las Vegas based rapper Moneyman gripped the R&B & Trap audience with a captivating wave of euphoria with its Melo Trap sound. The minimalist beat allows you to become enthralled by the lyrics that are put before you, curtesy of the exponentially talented Movie Monroe.
Monroe certainly doesn’t play by any rule book I’ve ever read when it comes to music. He flows with individualistic style that will soon have you begging for more of his enigmatic sound.
Amber Peri’s voice may be one of the industry’s best kept secrets. Her voice in all its complexity begins delicate and airy on her single, “HER,” then in fiery red demands your attention while affectionately reminding you, “I’m no her, I’m me tell me who you see.” She achieves all the ambiance of a grown but sexy anthem of independence in this vocally charged track. The slow-burning track stares down the notion that love has to be reciprocated, while reminding would be suitors; the past is the past. It’s the perfect mixture of vulnerability with assertiveness.
When Amber’s voice echoes melodic tones throughout the track it’s as if she’s acknowledging love while simultaneously agreeing it’s okay to heal. Her voice is captivating over a perfectly melodic instrumental. The soundtrack coupled with Amber’s beautiful voice creates a masterpiece of sound; it encapsulates a beautiful spectrum of experiences with remarkable concision. A solid track.
LA MiiShia’s new track “Love Too Fast” has quickly become an unlikely favourite. She’s a welcome introduction to the sub-genre of trap music. Her humble small-town girl reinvention of the 90’s grunge aesthetic will undeniably make her a hit for women looking for empowerment through urban music. Whilst her lyrics are full of dark pensive soul they’re effortlessly uplifting.
LA MiisShia tours all around the US, originating from Raleigh, but she’s won over music lovers from all walks of life with her romantic dulcet lyrics that will have you hooked. Rather than wallowing in her heart ache and making tragic music, she’s created something fresh, upbeat, and refreshingly natural. There’s no overproduction to take away the essence of this truly evocative sound and the poignancy of the lyrics “her mind ain’t never right”, I think we can all relate to that feeling. La MiiShia’s music is an unashamed invitation into her soul through her sound, she’s been performing since a young age, but her debut track Love Too Fast will undeniably be the making of this urban artist.
She’s followed in the Trap footsteps of Manny Fresh, Gucci Maine and Young Jeezy to create her unique, raw R&B sound.
If you’re a fan of slow tempo’s, straight rhythm and the cacophony of orchestral sounds over heavy drums check out her new song on Youtube
Whenever you think about King Arthur, ancient legends and fantasy tales immediately come to mind. Ghostly castles surrounded by a thick mist, ancient prophecies, valor and legend. You can imagine that my expectations were really high when I stumbled upon an artist who owes his name to such a timeless legend!
King Arthur did not indeed disappoint! His music is a blend of trap and west-coast style hip-hop, highlighting the artist’s amazing approach to songwriting and production. When listening to the music featured on his recent release, Remember My Name, the feeling you get is one of fullness and depth.
This music has arguably been crafted with a lot of passion and artistry, highlighting the artist’s ability to create some stunning textures and telling compelling stories through the sheer power of sound.
The beats are dense and textural, with a very “human” feel to them, yet showcasing that precise punch typical of a drum machine. On the other hand, the melodies are lush and really open, perfectly complementing the rhythmic explorations of this stunning release. King Arthur managed to create a mysterious and endearing sound that sits somewhen in between musical experiments and classic appeal.
Mar Keith Anthony is a rap artist with a really modern approach to his sound. His recent track, Foreva, is heavily inspired by trap and modern hip-hop. The rap flow is direct and characterful, embracing rhythm and melody in equal doses. The 808-style beat is particularly awesome: it is warm and saturated, almost as if your speaker were about to break! I really love how the ad-libs add more power to the performances, highlighting the best rhymes and really helping dynamics shine through in a song.
The song has got a really upbeat feel, but the tempo is actually chill as well. This is a great track to really match your mood, whether you are feeling like cruising or chilling, this song can really be adaptable to a wide variety of circumstances due to the flexibility and versatility of this particular production.
Some artists have a way to manipulate sounds into doing exactly what they want. With the power of electronic music, the possibilities become absolutely endless. VladHQ certainly belongs to this inspiring category of performers, since he can accomplish a wide variety of sounds and different aesthetics with his vast array of production skills.
This artist makes music that falls somewhere in between the dynamic groove of trap and the thick sonic textures of R&B. His recent release, Love Me But You Don’t, is a perfect example of how VladHQ managed to combine the best of many different genres, allowing them to converge into one exciting package. On Love Me But You Don’t, the artist made sure to feature everything you can wish for in a song: you will find amazing melodies, astonishing textures, memorable hooks and powerful beats. This track is a full powerhouse of groove, and the production will leave you wanting for more and hit replay as soon as the track is over!
VladHQ keeps making great tracks and revealing new sides of his awesome personality, one song at a time!
John Casper is a driven, passionate and charismatic artist with a unique approach to his music. His songs are melodic and catchy, yet energetic and uplifting, echoing the work of artists such as Drake, The Weeknd or Frank Ocean, just to mention but a few.
On his recent release, “Smoking Blues”, John mastered the fine art of writing songs that are deeply personal, yet easy to relate to. Smoking Blues is a particularly interesting release for its unique sonic signature, which remind me of the old school glory days of this genre, while looking at it from a more modern perspective.
I really love it when artists are able to re-contextualize music, exploring new ideas and combining their creativity with timeless structure, paying homage to their influences, while creating something completely original. To me, John Casper sounds like an artist who truly know where he is going, but who never lost track of where he actually comes from, in terms of sound and influences.
The artist managed to wrap up 5 exciting tunes that showcase a very open mind and an eclectic attitude, embracing influences from different genres, including pop, trap, neo-soul and R&B.