Neither Kay Stone nor Darkmoon have moved on much stylistically in their time away. For fans of their measured melodica and never-too-overt/overeager uplifting sound, that should come as welcome enough news.
Crikey! High-octane, maximal, disco-pop fireworks from this production three-way. This sugar-coated anthem won’t let up for one moment.
Enjoying the impoliteness of those new producers, obviously tutored in the ways of golden-age '90s hip-hop production but unable with the dazzling possibilities and lack of limitations inherent in modern recording technology to exactly replicate those sounds, ending up with something just as gritty and heavy but in a way more unmannered, more out of control. Blockhead opens up some wonderfully rusty taps on 'Sum of its Parts' and it suits MarQ's aggressive, slightly obnoxious rhyming a treat. The album 'JustPlayWitItt' is out now and is a great suite of focused rage, benefitting entirely from the one-producer mentality so many new reclaimers of rap seem to be revelling in. I dig it.
"My second album single, old school hip-hop-meets-modern day neurohop, featuring some wicked vocals from US MC, BBK.