The (W)rap Up Vol. 5
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on April 28, 2015
Kojey Radical – Bambu
There’s something about a deep-voiced British accent that is soothing to listen to. Which in this case is quite surprising once you grasp how destructive Kojey Radical’s lyrics actually are.
The London-raised emcee uses a spoken-word delivery, and accompanied by the dark and beautiful video makes a 4 minute story and movie worth watching.
Ravyn Lenae – Blossom Dearie
Once again we venture out of the confines of rap to bring you a new release from the 16-year-old Ravyn Lenae. With a poise, sound and talent far beyond her years, Ravyn chirps her sweet melodies atop Monte Booker production in “Blossom Dearie”.
A strong follow up to her first ever release, it seems that Lenae is on the fast track to break from the Chicago bubble and take things to a new level.
Daye Jack – Easy (Live)
Although not the official music video, Daye Jack dropped a one-take accompaniment to his stand out hit “Easy” via Kinda Neat. He displays the true artistic ability he possesses and uses his rapping as a tool to highlight the catchy and full choruses.
Billy Chambers – Followers (ft. Solomonilla)
Hometown favorite Billy Chambers has returned with yet another bouncy track assisted by Solomonilla. Billy continues on his roll of exciting new music and pushes the boundaries of each genre he dabbles in.
With every song it seems there is a new development in artistry, and still a young kid Billy has plenty of time to continue honing his craft.