(Photo : Track Works Entertainment) The Korean hip-hop scene has became attention to a couple of rookie rappers.
Rap duo Basterd, made fromindividuals Voss and XID,released their first self-written, composed and produced EP on Dec. 10.
"Zawoozi" starts Introwith an eerie setting unlike what now we have ever heard before. The strength in the track comes from the multitude of new sounds that mesh in combination to shapean incredible piece that works on many levels.
The lead unmarried "All" introduces mind-boggling rap talents from the boys. The wrong pronunciation of key English words every now and then convey you lotclear of the song, yet after the primaryconcentrate its no longer much of a problem. The contrast of Voss and XID's voice is authentic and at times resembles G-Dragon and T.O.P (by no way a bad thing).
Any passion in rap has at all times ended in a scrounged up face because of the heavy use of sirens, but in "Kill Me" they arebring to a halt and save the ears from conceivable musical disaster. The track does a super homage to Snoop Dogg (or is it Lion now?) and Wiz Khalifa's song "Young, Wild and Free".
"Get Out My Way" is the susceptible link in the outrageously cool sound we've been presented, but the rap is still on point so no lawsuits here! If the name of the song is a premonition for the long term then goapart because those boys are able to take at the industry.
The remastered edition of "About Me" is just not much other from the customary (maybe cleaner... arrangement-wise). Althoughthe general track leaves you in want of more, relaxationconfident that Basterd is certain to make a comeback soon!
Looking ahead to how the duo will evolve in the years to come! They are talented and display a knack for music beyond their years.
Check out Basterd's new track "All" below!
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