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bhxlu serenades novocaine in his melodically memorable hit, Wild

Indie RnB crooner bhxlu laid the laidback soul on thick in his latest single, Wild, which hit the airwaves on April 7th. The East London-hailing artist carries a fair amount of the dead innovative weight dropped by the rest of the contemporary RnB artists in the game with his fluidly smooth hit that pulls alt-pop, drill and trap tendencies into the colourfully sultry grooves.

With his tendency to mix dark themes with light instruments, you will always tune into a raw and real sonic rendezvous when immersing yourself in bhxlu’s innovation. Taking inspiration from Bryson Tiller, Chris Brown and The Weeknd could have resulted in an assimilated sound, but few artists hit the autonomous mark as distinctively as bhxlu, who never shies away from narrating toxic dynamics that are disturbingly rife in contemporary culture.

Stream Wild on YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Something Changed: Sublime South Seattle rapper Bundy wonders deeply if the vitally important spark has gone for good on ‘Wild’

The proud cousin of the late great Jimi Hendrix returns, as Bundy ponders making a massive decision that could change everything that was so strong and passionate before on the excellent visuals for ‘Wild‘.

Bundy is a thriving South Seattle-based indie rapper. He has a clear-to-see burning fire raging inside him to be the best that he can possibly be – as he flows harmoniously with a real confident edge – and you feel his quality here with a superb effort.

Bundy’s ultimate goal is to have a similar cultural impact if not greater with his sound in Hip-Hop as his cousin did in Rock & Roll.” – Bundy

He raps intelligently with such a calm nature and everything seems so effortless as he drops bars like someone who knows where he is headed in life. His style is smoothly textured, he flips the switch early on and its easy to be impressed. The quick-fire chorus has your head bouncing and the beat thumps into your mind, with so much inviting vigor.

Wild‘ from the rising South Seattle-based rapper Bundy, is the relevant story about being with someone who you care about so much and everything is so great. Then suddenly something changed as their devious actions worry you, and you get a feeling deep in your gut that really bugs you. After trying to brush it away, it just keeps on growing and you know what to do next. This decision will either make or break everything – as you grapple with either carrying on like everything is okay – or instead making a fresh start to something new, that will probably surprise many.

Ultimately, you have to make tough decisions in life that many won’t understand. There is only one person who sees you in that mirror each day after all.

See this new quality music video on YouTube and see more on his IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Neil Armstrong sends the world a great tribute to Western movies on ‘Falling Man’

Neil Armstrong is a singer-songwriter who works in creative partnerships to write and perform with a classy uniqueness of style and breath-taking sound. This is an excellent artist who is back with his new single called ‘Falling Man‘.

This is a tribute to great western movies and features the original song ‘Falling Man‘ from the 2020 Album ‘Nearly Life‘. The music was written and is performed by Neil Armstrong, featuring the legendary guitars of Jose Maria Sagrista.

The vocals are so crisp and the guitar style is quite legendary. Teaming up with David Will Mitchell was a good move with the lyrics and these two make a quality team.

Falling Man‘ from Neil Armstrong is a terrific track that is a fine tribute to a genre that he loves. The world was a different place but its still the Wild Wild West out there. This video is made so well and this is a true old school throwback to make us remember this genre that was massive back in the day.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen