The English hip-hop outfit Para Fiction revealed their latest track W S Y X yesterday.
The music minds of the Isle of Man located Han-FX with a crossover of the fury of grime in a song which permeates thought widespread in the British Isles and across much of the world with its frustration of political hierarchies, which akin to a tracheotomy, mouth the right words but deliver mere platitudes of undelivered noises as Para Fiction express a scathing response to a bureaucracy of ineffectual waffle in a diatribe of realist reflection of a life blighted by dead end opportunities to funnel riches to the 1%, whilst expressing of an alternative and far brighter reality.
The US hip-hop creator Chelzzz is a regular staple on the site.
The latest track to surface – Underestimated – continues the style of the last song to feature – It’s My Time – allowing the melodies to power the message and once again Chelzzz doesn’t disappoint her existing fan-base nor shortchange the new.
I remain hopeful that at some point in the near future Chelzzz may gather a collection of tracks together and put them out as a long player.
The US hip-hop project LeX released the single PainKillers yesterday.
The composition tackles a reality which has, and continues to affect, many – addiction to prescription medication. By not sinking in to bitterness or self-pity Painkillers is able to narrate a stronger message.
As regular readers know I am always fully in support of musicians who are prepared to put their own realities of life to inspection for others to dig in to the entrails and make of what they will.
Set to a soundtrack of urban hip-hop the song takes on the powerful – oppressive air of frustration of the genre.
Mugen! The Human
As suggested in the full single name – PainKillers (feat. Mugen! The Human) [Prod. 4k], this is a collaborative piece with Mugen! The Human.