Find us on Facebook. A lot of MCs chat deep on a beat, but somehow Dike always just sounds like he means it that little bit more. The intro track, Consequences , for example sees Mr Boss lace a slow beat over a dubby bassline and drawn out melodies as Dike contemplates consequences.
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Something that creates a juxtaposition between two sides of his character; the loudmouthed, almost bully like but somehow lovable rogue you might know from tracks such as Pork Pie and the more introspective, contemplative deep thinker you may remember from Self Portrait.
The ad libs throughout the EP are spot on but the snores and growls of this track stand out for me, putting the same final touch of quality on the vocals that Mr. Broken Culture is a representation and celebration of true underground culture through high quality, detailed and insightful journalism.
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Find us on Facebook. These emotions seem to feed each other and battle throughout, contradicting each other at times, and Mr.
Find him sipping a Whisky with close company wherever the music's on point, crate digging till his fingers bleed or creeping through the metropolis with an eye out for his favourite animal; the urban fox.
Edward Scissortongue- The Extended Interview. The intro track, Consequencesfor example sees Mr Boss lace a slow beat over a dubby bassline and drawn out melodies as Dike contemplates consequences.
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A lot of MCs chat deep on a beat, but somehow Dike always just sounds like he means it that little bit more.
Manifesto The finer side of underground culture. But whatever you think about all that, the fact of the matter is it sounds dope.
Boss does with the well chosen and inventive cuts over his beat. All Things Considered, the final track other than the bonus Rant delves further into this introspective thinking but puts a completely different slant on it, talking of the grown up Dike earlier events have created.
Boss is more than capable of providing the war zone.
Throw one of the scenes illest producers into the mix in the form of Mr. This is straight up rap marmite.
I may leave some feeling short changed, the bonus track Rant makes up for it with more of that up beat, aggressive Dike over a brass beat for a bouncy end to a release that you have to keep reminding yourself is only an EP, something to tide us over before his next album drops. He accommodates both with a range of beats that stay true to his spacey and melodic sound while also accommodating for the scope of emotions and attitudes.