Alt beats with JustFresh’s folktronica, and Felons’ DnB
A few tracks with fairly contrasting beats. First, we have now JustFresh giving it some folktronica, adopted by Felons with some drum and bass.
JustFresh says he’s “a NY-native and ATL-based rapper, lyricist, music producer, and audio engineer able to blaze the digital, streaming, and media streets together with his distinctive Hip-Hop sound!” Fortunately lyrics aren’t in proof on This That One.
As for the title, This That One JustFresh says “TTO alerts rappers that “that is their probability to hop on the observe; this that one!””
To be sincere, I’m grateful there isn’t a rap right here. I doubt lyrics would enhance this pretty beat. For the primary half of the observe the beats are mild and the lead is taken by a correctly pretty guitar hook that loop again and again. Good folktronica. This then adjustments half manner by.
For the second half, a sluggish and sluggish hip hop beat dominates with a little bit of japanese sounding strings. There’s a shimmering spectral presence. It’s all spooky within the jungle, a temper accentuated by a correctly deep bass.
A observe for all of the Ronins on the market.
Staying within the USA for Hudson, NJ primarily based artist Felons who says he’s “Mixing parts of digital, people, r&b, rock, and hip-hop.” Not likely any of these issues on the surprisingly entitled Baklava Girl. That is an summary Jungle observe.
The beats are strong Junglist reminiscent of its London origins. However interwoven with nearly rock guitar and a flute sort sound. It veers between intense beat led sections and extra contemplative parts earlier than permitting itself to wander and fade. Actual originality at work right here.