DB Kash – I’ll Be There

By 44faced on Nov 18, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

Wavy chill ambient harmonized digital piano chord resonances pouncing into a woody beat maze of 86 bpm groove based in a pumping kick, crispy clicking hi-hats and claps, as well as a perfectly-spaced array of wooden percussive instruments.

R&B-esque choir-like chants panning around the ears until that mid-area fills with the man himself, DB Kash, letting it all out with the algorithm-friendly bumping hook entry

You know I adore you
You know that I care
You know if you need me
You know I be there
You know that I care
You know I be there
You know if you call me
You know I be there

The lyrics are a well-crafted document of interaction between the main character and the other. The other doesn’t get defined. It is left up to the interpretation of the listener: on the surface, relationships with a partner, on a deeper level, human relations in general.

The more “I’ll Be There” unfolds, the more two parallel movies form in the listener, the lyrics triggering pictures playing out on personal, social and global scales.

An absolutely beautiful, personal and epic showcase in this unexpected 2 minute and 54 second masterpiece.

I’ll leave this review with the two hashtags in its SoundCloud page at this time (Nov. 18, 2019) that give it a very suitable description:

#dreamy #love


DB Kash – I’ll Be There (Press Info):

DB Kash releases his latest single ‘I’ll Be There’. Despite it being a cover song to ‘On Chill’ feat. Wale, The song has its own identity that Express how he adore and care. With the combination of his voice, repetitive hook and chill melodies, this song could easily cause a effect similar to Jacquees and Ella Mai “ Trip” Remix.

Identity has always been the center of DB Kash music. Born In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, The Artist, Song Writer and entrepreneur continues to deliver solid work. Like many music lovers of his generation, DB Kash has the passion and drive that will guarantee him a spot to be mentioned amongst other elite artists of his time.

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Follow DB Kash on Twitter: @dirtyboykash

Tight Rhymes – Poor Who Die

By 44faced on Nov 17, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

“Poor Who Die” is Tight Rhymes’ first single, which was released on November 12, 2019. Tight Rhymes was born on October 25, 1999 in the Netherlands. Tight rhymes is well-spoken word master, ready to enter the rap game with the tightest rhymes influenced by a large variety of music genres. Drawn to the old school side of hip hop he started writing, trying to release frustrations and anger.

“Poor Who Die” is from Tight Rhymes’ upcoming debut album Beauty Inside, inspired by a quote from Jean-Paul Sartre. It sends a message about human ignorance and flaws, which is a problem that that TR (Tight Rhymes) struggles with.

Further songs will be released throughout the month of November/December 2019 and in 2020, with TR’s vision on the system as well as struggles in his everyday life.

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O Z Swagg – Bitter Sweet

By 44faced on Nov 17, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

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Go Go Satish a.k.a. Satish Dat Beast – Dilemma

By 44faced on Nov 16, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

Go Go Satish a.k.a. Satish Dat Beast is a recording hip hop and reggaeton artist and law school graduate. He is also a 2020 presidential candidate in the United States. “Dilemma” is a single from the Welcome to Atlantis album distributed by Ditto Music of England.

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NØBLE – In My Zone

By 44faced on Nov 14, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

NØBLE’s single “In My Zone” “features a lo-fi beat that alternates between acoustic and electronic samples. It is a cool vibe. A deep droning bass fills out the low end. I really like the flourishes of retro 80s-style vaporwave synths throughout the tune.

Vocally NØBLE shifts between lo-fi pop melodies and slacker Hip-hop. It is a cool technique. His sound reminds me a bit of Foster the People, but more in attitude than actual sound. By that I mean, the artists are similar to one another mainly in the fact that they are dissimilar from others. And like Foster, Keller is fast and loose with his creative genre-bending. There are also some really witty lyrics here. I love it.” – Bob from StaticDive.

NØBLE is the professional name of the singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer who is otherwise known as Ethan Keller. The artist has been writing and producing his own original music for seven years. He started in high school when he was just sixteen years old in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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NØBLE – In My Zone

By 44faced on Nov 12, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

“My goal for this single was to push the boundary for what vibes can be intertwined to create a whole new vibe that is unmatched. This past year I’ve been wanting to incorporate my tame impala influence with my hip hop influence. I like to think I accomplished that with this song.”  – NØBLE (Ethan Keller)

NØBLE (Ethan Keller), 22, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Self-produced since 16. First time release of his own music.

“I want to blow up so I can give this generation someone they look up to.” – NØBLE (Ethan Keller)

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Lil Nunni – OP Conversation

By 44faced on Nov 11, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

16-year-old Houston rapper Lil Nunni brings on a combination of a love song, melody-type beat with a thug swag on the course, in “OP Conversation.” A different swag than what’s currently out. Find a large catalog of Lil Nunni’s music on Apple Music and videos on YouTube.

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Reala G – They Try to Control Us

By 44faced on Nov 11, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

Reala G’s single “They Try to Control Us” is about the realness and state of hip hop today, how the game is played by the industry. Reala G is a rapper with an old school flava representing Southgate, Crawley, UK.

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Yvng Houdini – All Dis Shit

By 44faced on Nov 08, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

“All Dis Shit” is the lead single from Yvng Houdini’s album Wake Up Houdini. The song boasts an extremely catchy hook and a very energetic Latino vibe. In the words of Yvng Houdini: “I wanted to create a track you can dance to, a song for the club.” It is currently Yvng Houdini’s most-streamed song on Spotify to date.

Yvng Houdini is a Swiss rapper from Disentis.

His biggest influences are artists like: Kendrick Lamar, Denzel Curry, J. Cole, Meechy Darko, Ab-Soul, Jay-Z, Eminem and Andre 3000.

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Lowkey Gifted – Lowkey On The Come Up [EP]

By 44faced on Nov 08, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

A fresh new vibe with a wide range sound mixed with Hip Hop, Rnb and Rap sounds. Influenced by the likes of J. Cole, Nas, Ty Dolla Sign and Swidt.

Lowkey Gifted is a Perth, Australia based Hip Hop/R&B group consisting of 3 members – M.I.N, K. Thomas & Trajikk.

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