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Amvis balances ambition and a bit of disparagement on his new jaunty joint, “Streets”

Amvis balances ambition and a bit of disparagement on his new jaunty joint, “Streets”, a sedate and comparatively amusing slow-burner that sounds like a whole life-story compressed into a couple of minutes. The song is a conversation (in the literal sense) about how it is not uncommon to lose sight of one’s aspirations. But more precisely, Streets is about how Amvis digressed from his original plan for his life. And…

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Midnight’s muse – Reckoning

Midnight’s Muse’s “Reckoning” is a moody epic and a late-night session essential. Her delicate vocals seem to possess a mystical element that transfigures all negativity into an iridescent sea of harmony. Her vocals are everything. On this song, she opens with “Apologies to my innocence” and that melancholy laden line alone ignites a wildfire of deep lyricism that courses throughout the entire song’s veins. Midnight’s Muse is essentially blazing a…

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Listen to Drew The MC’s new single, Matemadanda + 3 fresh drops

In “Matemadanda” Drew is free of that trap star air which appeared to be part of his being in “Cheese” and some previous songs of his. Here, his rap is cleaner, more mature and definitely hits harder. Not to mention that intricate chorus which does not rely on catchy overtones and feels just right. The song is an indication of how far he’s come from the halcyon days of “Guardian of the Garden”. Beatsmith dark, brooding, flute-y and foreboding production is an invaluable piece of the whole project, and Drew, very careful in his delivery, rides it out with the demeanour of someone exercising serious restraint, lest he wreaks havoc. Matemadanda’s movement-esque air is the reason why we cannot keep it together while we wait for Drew The MC’s upcoming…

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