The AYEBRO NZ Hip Hop top 5
Mon, 02 Jul 2012 2:03p.m.
Chosen by Nick Harrison
Written by Leon Witehira
Home Brew - 'Time Don't Wait'
A song that was constructed to trap the essence of touring on the road, by land, over sea, and how ever else Home Brew gets around. See how the visuals register of New Zealand rural townships to the iconic landmarks.
Lyrics back up in a timely manner, a style that has become the genuine way in which to model ones-self against when it comes to a true kiwi rapping accent. No smoke clouds are put up, this is them with the curtains burnt down on stage as they perform. AYEBRO's number one. #HomeBrewStock
Tipene - 'West Side Hori'
Flaxmere's-child fly's the flag for his area with conviction. The track forms itself directly from personal experiences and influences of Tipene. Notice that the title is derived from a world renowned American musical which has been aptly modified to head the song with no illusions on what is to be heard before its even played. Story-telling the Eastern coastal part of the North island residents can be proud of - Hawkes Bay is on the map, AYEBRO's number two. #WildWestNatives
Resin One & Mugz (Church of R.O.A.M) - 'Ride With Me'
Here is an invitation to join a movement you either agree with or don't. Pay attention to the degree of lyricism, inner-rhyming schemes and decide whether his representation is something worth standing-by.
The challenge here is to musically explore outside rap for a moment to discover the artistry - A return trip will see you willingly hitch a ride with Resin One & Mugz anytime. AYEBRO's number three banishes all the synthetic material being manufactured at the minute. #VentureAtYourOwnRisk
Fortafy feat. Jahboy - 'Haterz'
A lean back on some Pilates bass-line tip gets that shoulder sway happening like its automated. On-record with its direction this music cannot be mistaken for a subliminal in anyway. Freedom to express is almost copyrighted here with a Im-going-to-do-me-not-you feel. The mid to later stages get a bit choppy for my liking but end up with a glossy finish after a second and third look. AYEBRO's number four is for em' 'Haterz'! #OpposingForce
Eighties In Harlem - 'Waiting'
Recognizable voices team up with Ethical (Kidz In Space) & Janine Foster (Janine & The Mixtape) joining efforts to create an experimental side project. This release is a well balanced production of a song, no expert but playing it by ear I'd say so. Silky touches in the chorus have an oppressed affect in terms of contemplating and deep thought. Not to be out done the level of spitting is equal to the task making for a refreshing listen - AYEBRO's number five. #PatienceIsAVirtue
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