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Bling4’s Isai Kupenya

“Racks on Racks” are mainly a simulation in the Zimbabwean rap context, otherwise only referenced when the subject involves hopes and dreams. That is the reality.  Isai Kupenya is music for the people, supposedly by one of the people, and ethically, has to be considered passable before it is even rated. However, the song is not entirely wanting when considered objectively. The trap snare is well concealed under layers of…

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Sha Sha’s ‘Themba Lami’ is a FEMME HOUR staple

Sha Sha’s ‘Themba Lami’ is a FEMME HOUR staple that’s best heard on the edge of a seat, gasping. And by being a far cry from the regular contradiction of soulful vocals and a house production served and eaten up at any groove ever, the song paves the way to the promise of a new sound.  Equally yoked, Sha Sha and Ami Faku deliver in a depot fashion, vibes trickling…

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Paintafresco Has Yet to Make A Meaningful Debut

Paintafresco’s ‘Flowers to Graves’ is a melting pot of melodic rap, earnest sentiments, unsubtle motivational speech, and beyond passable lyricism, all lightly seasoned with a dash of that overused infamous trap snare. With so much to vibe with, while pushing everything else around the plate, the song is a good enough plating of emotion. A raspy-voiced broad on the song’s intro claims responsibility for Fresco’s sense of direction, and it is an almost believable display. However, in this elaborate painting, Fresco is on a diverging road and clearly, he’s chasing the bag on the one less traveled. Flowers to Graves conforms to the chasmic, melancholic, clean, and softened trap vibe that spans across the entire ‘RIP Meant to Be’ record. And over the somewhat ethereal production, the song serves to…

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