Wireless 2014 Review / Experience

First of all, this review is for Wireless 2014 in London and not the Birmingham one. 

Let’s get started then, I arrived abit late on the first day (Friday) but I ended up seeing Tinie Tempah, Meridian Dan, Pharrell and Kanye West. 

Tinie Tempah: Great performance, exceeded expectations, really connected with the audience. Was nice to see him not stick to one album, he performed tracks from various projects which was good as he focused on music which would make everyone go wild.

Meridian Dan: This set was too insane, was a great surprise to see Skepta also coming out and performing his track with JME ‘That’s Not Me’. The crowd went ape.

Pharrell: Pharrell kinda clashed with Meridian Dan so I sort of missed part of his performance but when I got there he still hadn’t performed the songs I liked, so he dropped when he dropped ‘Drop it Like it’s Hot’ and ‘She Want’s To Move’, I was very amazed, his stage presence was great, he seemed so down to earth on that stage aswell. 

Kanye: Best performance of the whole festival, Kanye fully delivered and I knew he wouldn’t do a bad performance from his previous shows being put up on vine. Kanye performed ‘Runaway’ and during it, the instrumental was still playing and he started talking about how big brands do not want him to design things for them because they want to control him and make him wear their clothes. Mr West had autotune while talking about this which gave the song a new element, he also had some uplifting words for people, telling them to pursue their dreams no matter what other people say. 

Day Two…

Rudimental: Wasn’t really feeling them to start with but I began to enjoy it more as the show went along.

Knife Party: Best crowd ever, one of my favourite moshpits ever, the atmosphere was too good. 

Earl Sweatshirt: I only got to see him for a short time, but it was good though, glad I made it before he performed ‘Chum’ which was really good. 

Wiz Khalifa: Great set, Wiz got the crowd pumping and brought the Taylor Gang out, Wiz’s performance was too insane and the crowd definitely enjoyed it. 

Azealia Banks: Her beats are too hard, I was actually impressed and despite her attitude on Twitter, her set was mad and her dancers were actually pretty good. 

Day Three…

Day Three was ridiculously chilled to be honest but this doesn’t mean it wasn’t as good as the others.

John Newman: Great singing but the dancing was just to painful to watch.

J Cole: 2nd time seeing J Cole live and him and DJ Dummy really killed that set, performing songs from his various projects for fans old and new.

Ellie Goulding: The voice is just as soft in real life, wasn’t a fan of the set but her voice was good, have to give her that. 

Sean Paul: My Childhood Dream was accomplished this day, seeing Sean really made me happy, the crowd went mad, was happy he performed his old material which is my favourite. And the fact that he brought out Fuse ODG made me see how much potential Afrobeats have now.

Bleachers: I have to be honest, I didn’t know this band but after hearing them perform their track ‘Shadows’, I was amazed, definitely check them out. 

Robin Thicke: He killed it, his team were playing all the instruments etc, it was my definition of a great live show, the lighting was in sync with the music which really brought up the performance to a new level.

Tim Westwood: Randomly saw him but he was actually good, got the crowd pumped up before Robin Thicke came on. 

Outkast: Had to leave Robin Thicke for Outkast and I don’t regret it at all, don’t get me wrong, Robin was good but I used to listen to Wireless when I was like 8 years old and I’ve been a fan since, Andre and Big killed their set and made my other childhood dream come true.

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Kanye x APC 2014 Winter/Fall Collection has been revealed and I have selected my 5 favourite items from the list. Here are the items I chose with the price aswell:

(In order of the pictures) 

Airport Sweater - $340

Parka with Fur - $2,865

Camo T Shirt - $150

Work Shirt - $265

Bomber Jacket - $780

This collection will only be available at (for now):

Tres Bien

Totokelo

End.

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New Soundcloud App Review: 

Late last week, Soundcloud dropped their new mobile app, this app has recieved mainly negative reviews all across the app store and social media. 

GRT Review: 

As a person who creates content for Soundcloud, I feel like this app was aimed at the listeners only. The app has removed the recording feature, notifications and you can’t see the people you are following or you recent followers. With that being said, I kind of like the minimalist look to it, this is the listener side of me speaking. 

For me to be impressed by the next app update, it has to have an inbox section you can reply to messages through the app, notifications and recording.

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GRT MUSIC BLOG IS BACK AND BACK FOR A LONG TIME, THE USE OF CAPS INDICATES HOW EXCITED I AM TO START BLOGGING AGAIN!!! 

ASAP Ferg drops DOPE LORD which is a remix of ‘Move that Dope’ by Future, Pharrell and Pusha T, definitely worth checking out, we won’t even get into reviewing the track because our opinion will be so biased towards any ASAP Ferg track. 
Recently the Trap Lord has been rapping over a wide array of beats, from Trinidadian beats (Petit Valley with Bunji Garlin) to hard hitting trap beats (OG Bobby Johnson Official Remix). Ferg also hints that there is an ASAP Mob Album coming soon, this will probably drop in the summer, but hats off to Ferg for the consistency recently. 

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ASAP Ferg drops DOPE LORD which is a remix of ‘Move that Dope’ by Future, Pharrell and Pusha T, definitely worth checking out, we won’t even get into reviewing the track because our opinion will be so biased towards any ASAP Ferg track. 

Recently the Trap Lord has been rapping over a wide array of beats, from Trinidadian beats (Petit Valley with Bunji Garlin) to hard hitting trap beats (OG Bobby Johnson Official Remix). Ferg also hints that there is an ASAP Mob Album coming soon, this will probably drop in the summer, but hats off to Ferg for the consistency recently. 

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Drake goes undercover to see what people really think of him.
The Started from the Bottom rapper went undercover for Jimmy Kimmel’s Lie Witness News segment. Definitely the funniest video of the week, check the video below. Doing these comedy videos really helps Drake gain more fans so that people will like his hosting of the ESPY’s in July, hopefully the ceremony won’t be a flop.
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Drake goes undercover to see what people really think of him.

The Started from the Bottom rapper went undercover for Jimmy Kimmel’s Lie Witness News segment. Definitely the funniest video of the week, check the video below. Doing these comedy videos really helps Drake gain more fans so that people will like his hosting of the ESPY’s in July, hopefully the ceremony won’t be a flop.

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Just when you thought Meridian Dan was at his peak, he gets signed then releases another visual to his song ‘German Whip’ ft Big H and JME, we took some screenshots of the video but trust us, the video is a strong 10/10.

GRT REVIEW:

The set where the video was filmed is filled with German Whips to compliment the lyrics and subject of the song and even though the song is the same, the visual delivery of all the verses seemed more interesting with this video accompanying it.

Make sure you buy German Whip, it’s out on the 13th of April 2014, but you can preorder here: 

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Marvell Boys have done it again, this time they’ve released their talent through another Marvell FM, we decided to listen to the album so we can have early reviews on the highly anticipated mixtape/album. 
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First off all, our favourite track here at GRT Music Blog is ‘Up Up & Away’, this was a hard decision because all the tracks on Marvell FM 5 have been replayed more than once. What we like about Marvell FM 5 is that they’ve stuck with their style, especially on Up Up & Away, it sounds like a sequel to their tracks “World Is Ours ” and “Marvell Music”, and Double is always killing it with the choruses, the whole team is putting in that work, the production is 10/10, even Chris Brown tweeted the link to the iTunes download link. 
Make sure you buy Marvell FM 5, you definitely won’t regret it:
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Marvell Boys have done it again, this time they’ve released their talent through another Marvell FM, we decided to listen to the album so we can have early reviews on the highly anticipated mixtape/album. 

GRT REVIEW:

First off all, our favourite track here at GRT Music Blog is ‘Up Up & Away’, this was a hard decision because all the tracks on Marvell FM 5 have been replayed more than once. What we like about Marvell FM 5 is that they’ve stuck with their style, especially on Up Up & Away, it sounds like a sequel to their tracks “World Is Ours ” and “Marvell Music”, and Double is always killing it with the choruses, the whole team is putting in that work, the production is 10/10, even Chris Brown tweeted the link to the iTunes download link. 

Make sure you buy Marvell FM 5, you definitely won’t regret it:

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Kanye drops trailer for his Yeezus film directed by Hype Williams, you can check it out on kanyewest.com. 

In the trailer, it shows clips from Yeezus performances and its very fast moving trailer and we can’t wait to see what Kanye and Hype Williams have made this time.

Yeezy has not spoken on the film as of yet but we will keep an ear out on any new updates. The Yeezus film will have to compete with the high standard which was set by Kanye and Hype’s previous film ‘Runaway’ from 2010. From the screenshots we have put up, you can see why you have to see the trailer for yourself, so don’t forget to hop on to kanyewest.com. 

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This is a hip hop track by London Rapper Osquello which was produced by Dibiase 
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First of all the mellow beat gets me interested in the first second, then Osquello starts doing his thing, the track comes across as a song influenced by 80’s hip hop and Osquello definitely modernises the genre with his lines, I’m a big fan of the Kurt Cobain reference in the chorus.
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This is a hip hop track by London Rapper Osquello which was produced by Dibiase 

GRT REVIEW:

First of all the mellow beat gets me interested in the first second, then Osquello starts doing his thing, the track comes across as a song influenced by 80’s hip hop and Osquello definitely modernises the genre with his lines, I’m a big fan of the Kurt Cobain reference in the chorus.

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Interview Questions: Mikill Pane Interview @MikillPane
Interviewed by Stephen Tadiwanashe Gombakomba aka @TaditheGreat

GRT Music Blog: What inspires you to create material? 
Mikill: Literally, its as simple as the things I write about, so if you hear me write a song about, I don’t know, probably my most well known song is ‘Little Lady’ and it was just the subject matter in ‘Little Lady’, bringing that to people’s attention, like if you hear me write a song about a mouse on the underground then I was literally on the underground and I was looking at the little black mice that run around and thinking “shit, they are quite entertaining”, so I wrote ‘Life On The Line’, cycling ‘Dirty Rider’, stuff like that.
GRT Music Blog: My favourite track from your album is ‘Chairman of the Bored’, do you have a favourite track from your own album?
Mikill: Well, Chairman of the Bored is actually one of my favourites from  the album aswell, I just like the vibe of it, Adam and I, we sat in the studio and I just wanted to make something with like quite an African sounding guitar in it and we did, and the subject matter you know,  being bored came up, that’s what it reminded me of, do you know what I mean?, quite a sort of light hearted take on a day in the life of me.
GRT Music Blog: Who are your top 3 musical influences and why?
Mikill: Top 3 musical influences? I don’t actually have any musical influences, like, I listen to a lot of music but, I try not to take anything from them, I just try to be myself, I don’t write music per se, do you know what I mean? I just write lyrics so, I never get influenced by music if you get what I’m saying like, it will always be someone else that takes care of the music and then whatever emotions the music evokes will be what I write about.
GRT Music Blog: What tips would you give to a young musician?
Mikill: Just work hard at your craft no matter what you do, to anyone in music, not just musicians, because I hesitate some musicians myself, cos like I said, I don’t make music, I’m a songwriter, so, I’d just say perfect your craft innit, whatever you wanna do, always sort of be yourself, let yourself shine through, because everyone is kinda unique in their own way so, you should stick out as long as you’re not sort of, being like “Oh cool, Tinie Tempah’s like doing really well at the moment, let me just make a song and trynna like Tinie Tempah or Ed Sheeran is doing really well at the moment, let me just trynna be like Ed Sheeran”, I’d just say, just let yourself shine through.
GRT Music Blog: From your Instagram, we can tell you are someone who loves their shoes, what’s your favourite pair at the moment and why?
Mikill: The Air Max 90 OG, the Infra-red because, ummm, it’s the silhouette, the ecstatic of the shoe is really important to me, but the colourway aswell, it’s just a really, sort of like bright orange mixed with the like quite a deadpan grey and black and sort of brilliant white, it doesn’t really matter if it goes off white, do you know what I mean, the shoe’s nice however it looks, know what I mean?
GRT Music Blog: What happens in an average Mikill Pane day? 
Mikill: Jheeze, umm I wake up, I usually go running for about like maybe about like 4 of 5km, smoke a few spliffs, maybe write a song, it depends man like, for instance I’ve been on tour for the last week or so, gonna be on tour for the next week or so, when it comes to that, I wake up, you know, we check out the hotel, we fuck off to the next city, do a soundcheck, mess around with some Nerf Shotguns, fuck around with the light remote control helicopter, again, smoke a few spliffs, have a few drinks, do the show, try and meet some girls, go back to the hotel, do it all again the next day. 
GRT Music Blog: My favourite track from the ‘You Guest It Too’ E.P is ‘Check’ with Gnarly Ventura, how was it working with Rizzle Kicks once again?
Mikill: Good man, like Jordan is like, he’s such a hard working writer, cos Rizzle Kicks was meant to be on the original ‘You Guest It E.P’, but they didn’t have time because they were super busy around that time and I was sort of coming up still, so they couldn’t make it and they were genuinely gutted about that and that’s why we recorded ‘Work’, ‘Work’ was almost like the song that was meant to be on ‘You Guest It’ but, we ended up doing it as like a sort of like a video for the ‘Dirty Rider E.P’, but then, it was just a case of you know, we were on tour and Harley and Jordan like, “we got to work together again” but the day we recorded ‘Check’, it was Harley’s girlfriend’s birthday, cos he couldn’t make it to the studio, that’s the only reason only Jordan is on it because I had to get the song recorded that day to finish the E.P.
GRT Music: And last but not least, what should we expect from Mikill Pane in 2014?
Mikill: Well, after the tour, hopefully singles, maybe an E.P, I don’t know about another album this year, I’m definitely, I’m writing another album but I don’t know if I’m gonna release it this year or if I’m gonna release it next year but what you can expect it a lot more live stuff and music either way.
Interviewed by Stephen T. Gombakomba aka Tadi the Great (twitter.com/tadithegreat)
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Interviewed by Stephen Tadiwanashe Gombakomba aka @TaditheGreat

GRT Music Blog: What inspires you to create material? 

Mikill: Literally, its as simple as the things I write about, so if you hear me write a song about, I don’t know, probably my most well known song is ‘Little Lady’ and it was just the subject matter in ‘Little Lady’, bringing that to people’s attention, like if you hear me write a song about a mouse on the underground then I was literally on the underground and I was looking at the little black mice that run around and thinking “shit, they are quite entertaining”, so I wrote ‘Life On The Line’, cycling ‘Dirty Rider’, stuff like that.

GRT Music Blog: My favourite track from your album is ‘Chairman of the Bored’, do you have a favourite track from your own album?

Mikill: Well, Chairman of the Bored is actually one of my favourites from  the album aswell, I just like the vibe of it, Adam and I, we sat in the studio and I just wanted to make something with like quite an African sounding guitar in it and we did, and the subject matter you know,  being bored came up, that’s what it reminded me of, do you know what I mean?, quite a sort of light hearted take on a day in the life of me.

GRT Music Blog: Who are your top 3 musical influences and why?

Mikill: Top 3 musical influences? I don’t actually have any musical influences, like, I listen to a lot of music but, I try not to take anything from them, I just try to be myself, I don’t write music per se, do you know what I mean? I just write lyrics so, I never get influenced by music if you get what I’m saying like, it will always be someone else that takes care of the music and then whatever emotions the music evokes will be what I write about.

GRT Music Blog: What tips would you give to a young musician?

Mikill: Just work hard at your craft no matter what you do, to anyone in music, not just musicians, because I hesitate some musicians myself, cos like I said, I don’t make music, I’m a songwriter, so, I’d just say perfect your craft innit, whatever you wanna do, always sort of be yourself, let yourself shine through, because everyone is kinda unique in their own way so, you should stick out as long as you’re not sort of, being like “Oh cool, Tinie Tempah’s like doing really well at the moment, let me just make a song and trynna like Tinie Tempah or Ed Sheeran is doing really well at the moment, let me just trynna be like Ed Sheeran”, I’d just say, just let yourself shine through.

GRT Music Blog: From your Instagram, we can tell you are someone who loves their shoes, what’s your favourite pair at the moment and why?

Mikill: The Air Max 90 OG, the Infra-red because, ummm, it’s the silhouette, the ecstatic of the shoe is really important to me, but the colourway aswell, it’s just a really, sort of like bright orange mixed with the like quite a deadpan grey and black and sort of brilliant white, it doesn’t really matter if it goes off white, do you know what I mean, the shoe’s nice however it looks, know what I mean?

GRT Music Blog: What happens in an average Mikill Pane day? 

Mikill: Jheeze, umm I wake up, I usually go running for about like maybe about like 4 of 5km, smoke a few spliffs, maybe write a song, it depends man like, for instance I’ve been on tour for the last week or so, gonna be on tour for the next week or so, when it comes to that, I wake up, you know, we check out the hotel, we fuck off to the next city, do a soundcheck, mess around with some Nerf Shotguns, fuck around with the light remote control helicopter, again, smoke a few spliffs, have a few drinks, do the show, try and meet some girls, go back to the hotel, do it all again the next day. 

GRT Music Blog: My favourite track from the ‘You Guest It Too’ E.P is ‘Check’ with Gnarly Ventura, how was it working with Rizzle Kicks once again?

Mikill: Good man, like Jordan is like, he’s such a hard working writer, cos Rizzle Kicks was meant to be on the original ‘You Guest It E.P’, but they didn’t have time because they were super busy around that time and I was sort of coming up still, so they couldn’t make it and they were genuinely gutted about that and that’s why we recorded ‘Work’, ‘Work’ was almost like the song that was meant to be on ‘You Guest It’ but, we ended up doing it as like a sort of like a video for the ‘Dirty Rider E.P’, but then, it was just a case of you know, we were on tour and Harley and Jordan like, “we got to work together again” but the day we recorded ‘Check’, it was Harley’s girlfriend’s birthday, cos he couldn’t make it to the studio, that’s the only reason only Jordan is on it because I had to get the song recorded that day to finish the E.P.

GRT Music: And last but not least, what should we expect from Mikill Pane in 2014?

Mikill: Well, after the tour, hopefully singles, maybe an E.P, I don’t know about another album this year, I’m definitely, I’m writing another album but I don’t know if I’m gonna release it this year or if I’m gonna release it next year but what you can expect it a lot more live stuff and music either way.

Interviewed by Stephen T. Gombakomba aka Tadi the Great (twitter.com/tadithegreat)

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Mixpak releases another big riddim and trust me, this is a hit, Gypsy Riddim was produced by Famous Eno who’s known for his previous hit track ‘All Good FM’. Gypsy Riddim had British and Jamaican artists toasting on the track and I highly recommend listening to each and every one of them. Mixpak, being the label that has released several tracks from big dancehall artists like Vybz Kartel, Beenie Man, Dre Skull etc, you know it will be a great track.
GRT REVIEW: 
First of all, that haunting violin melody is so catchy (in a good way), this riddim is our favourite one at the moment, Mixpak didn’t disappoint. the 808 kick really stands out, every single version of Gypsy Riddim was on point.  

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Mixpak releases another big riddim and trust me, this is a hit, Gypsy Riddim was produced by Famous Eno who’s known for his previous hit track ‘All Good FM’. Gypsy Riddim had British and Jamaican artists toasting on the track and I highly recommend listening to each and every one of them. Mixpak, being the label that has released several tracks from big dancehall artists like Vybz Kartel, Beenie Man, Dre Skull etc, you know it will be a great track.

GRT REVIEW: 

First of all, that haunting violin melody is so catchy (in a good way), this riddim is our favourite one at the moment, Mixpak didn’t disappoint. the 808 kick really stands out, every single version of Gypsy Riddim was on point.  

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Here’s an original track by Jay Prince, Prince is a recording artist and producer who’s the next big artist to blow up soon, by 2015, this guy will be all over the radio, don’t say we didn’t tell you.
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The beat is just a mellow hip hop beat with a slow but intense bassline, there’s also a choir in the background to put emphasis on Prince’s lyrics as it makes it sound like a call and response type of track. The track’s mixed sounds very professional and you can tell at some points when Prince is rapping, it sounds like he is singing, especially when he says “and they shoot you down”. 
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Here’s an original track by Jay Prince, Prince is a recording artist and producer who’s the next big artist to blow up soon, by 2015, this guy will be all over the radio, don’t say we didn’t tell you.

GRT REVIEW:

The beat is just a mellow hip hop beat with a slow but intense bassline, there’s also a choir in the background to put emphasis on Prince’s lyrics as it makes it sound like a call and response type of track. The track’s mixed sounds very professional and you can tell at some points when Prince is rapping, it sounds like he is singing, especially when he says “and they shoot you down”. 

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This is a remix of Chicago’s Toni Romiti’s track ‘Miss Me’ by DJ Bake, Bake puts his own twist on the track. Toni Romiti is also popular on the social network ‘Vine’.
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The track is a mix between Jersey Bounce, Trap, RnB and Pop, the sample of Drake’s “You gon get this work” from the track ‘Us’ is very original. Toni Romiti’s vocals are heavenly and we have to say our favourite part is towards the end where Romiti’s singing and the instrumentation has been brought down. The track is overally a jumpy love song but it’s very different and original.
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This is a remix of Chicago’s Toni Romiti’s track ‘Miss Me’ by DJ Bake, Bake puts his own twist on the track. Toni Romiti is also popular on the social network ‘Vine’.

GRT REVIEW:

The track is a mix between Jersey Bounce, Trap, RnB and Pop, the sample of Drake’s “You gon get this work” from the track ‘Us’ is very original. Toni Romiti’s vocals are heavenly and we have to say our favourite part is towards the end where Romiti’s singing and the instrumentation has been brought down. The track is overally a jumpy love song but it’s very different and original.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, let me introduce you to the talented Aaron London, I’ve been a fan of Aaron when he and a few other MC’s did their remix of Teeza’s ‘Bounce’, once I heard his verse there was no turning back. Some of my favourite songs by Aaron are ‘Superman’ and ‘Right Back’. 
GRT REVIEW:





This track is like a dubstep - rap - folk fusion and as ridiculous as it that sounds, the track is very good, Aaron’s production is very unique on this track, We’d say the best part of the track is at the end of Fitz’s verse and the vocalist acts out what the police officer would say to them. We think the track is about a protagonist who’s been having a tough time, tried to drink the pain and now they’ve been caught drunk driving. 

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Ladies and Gentlemen, let me introduce you to the talented Aaron London, I’ve been a fan of Aaron when he and a few other MC’s did their remix of Teeza’s ‘Bounce’, once I heard his verse there was no turning back. Some of my favourite songs by Aaron are ‘Superman’ and ‘Right Back’. 

GRT REVIEW:

This track is like a dubstep - rap - folk fusion and as ridiculous as it that sounds, the track is very good, Aaron’s production is very unique on this track, We’d say the best part of the track is at the end of Fitz’s verse and the vocalist acts out what the police officer would say to them. We think the track is about a protagonist who’s been having a tough time, tried to drink the pain and now they’ve been caught drunk driving. 

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