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Uptempo Hip Hop

Paco Ca$h is due to drop their lyrically slick EDM Rap hit “Show Out”

Paco Ca$h

Breaking Hip Hop artist Paco Ca$h is due to drop his latest lyrically slick, high-vibe EDM Rap hit “Show Out”. With the arrestive beats, flawless production and the ingenuity which can be found in the verses, you can consider Paco Ca$h a triple threat.

In collaboration with SEVENTYSEVEN ENTERTAINMENT, Paco Ca$h cooked up an entrancingly danceable urban storm which won’t fail to leave you adrenalized. Even if you don’t have the pleasure of hearing the euphoria-dripping mix on a dancefloor, Show Out will still make for a fiery addition to your playlists.

With elements of Old School Hip Hop weaved into a modern polished mix with nuances of House, Hip Hop doesn’t come fresher than this. And who couldn’t appreciate lyrics which take wordplay to the next level with lines like “Like’s a bitch but she lets me fuck for free”?

You’ll be able to check out Show Out when It drops. in the meantime, you can check out Paco Ca$h’s debut track HOLD U DOWN via SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

edub910 – I Will Not Lose: An Alt Rap Playlist Essential

edub910 may have taken a five-year hiatus before their album “Scape G.O.A.T” dropped on January 17th but considering that it could easily be a contender for the best Rap album of the year, we can let them off.

edub910 may not share the same notoriety as the likes of Eminem but hit play on the standout track “I Will Not Lose” and tell me he doesn’t share the same innovation and talent. The level of energy in the polished mix locks you in tight while the lyrics which make you feel a little bit better about living in our warped society.

With lyrics which run through like vitriolic spoken word poetry and endearingly playful semi-orchestral instrumentals, it’s all too easy to fall into the relentless grind of the up-tempo aural firestorm. He’s come back with an aural vengeance. Now would be the perfect time to get him on your radar.

You can check out edub910’s album for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast