As usual deep observations, critique of the way we are living and conscious style diatribe from Midlands lyricist Trademark Blud on his latest track entitled What We Gonna Do? Calling out many who claim the high ground and offer advice Trademark Blud points out the realities and inconsistencies in their statements.
Next up from The Spectre is Voices In My Head. Again this is taken from the five track Cold Days EP and is produced by Netuh. This one has a skippy piano based beat with a touch of auto-tune, but lyrics are real and touch on a number of topics.
2Fuertes is a reggaeton duo. Both artists LuBry and Don Carlo El Vale sing and rap. Their main production and mixing and mastering come from Don Carlo. They have built the entire studio during the quarantine and do all the recording in it themselves.
'MeetKinngZeus' was created by KinngZeussy to fill in the void left behind after PopSmoke passed away. The artist was very fond of PopSmoke and a lot of his fans say that they sound similar.
'Flex' by T-MAJOR was created to lift people up when they are being doubted. The artist says, 'I suffer from depression and alienation. This has been hard for my family and friends to understand. When I need support with my dreams of being a mainstream artist, people don't believe that I can do it. It hurts me emotionally to see my cousins being praised for their endeavours, yet no one believes in me.'.
St. Razallah wrote 'Crossroad Deal' a few years ago while dining out alone. He is inspired by old Delta Blues music, especially the stories and mythology surrounding a lone musician 'selling his soul to the devil' for otherworldly abilities on the guitar. This track is a homage to that tale and style of music.
'Fuck Up' by Jared Pepsi was written when the artist was feeling hopeless. He found a beat he liked on Youtube and invited whyhaze and dollywood1 to record this track together.