THE BRKN DEBUT EP ‘NO. 3’ OUT NOW VIA INGROOVES

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BhadWaiz new joint is wry, reflective, principled and questing. With never even an occasional propensity for self-righteousness, BhadWaiz is generally expressive and concerned, rather than hectoring and moralizing, on the single “Lucid Reasons”. Because it lunges forth from the Ohio-based underground, rapper BhadWaiz and producer Luke White aren’t particularly concerned with funkiness. Instead, White’s beat thuds and thwacks soulfully, possessing flow instead of heft, and classic horn reliability in lieu of electronic inventiveness. BhadWaiz uses the rhythm as a foundation, building rambling, baroque rhyme structures on top of them, exhibiting his observational skills.

Unlike a lot of present and future rap missionaries, BhadWaiz is full of things he wants to say. But the thing that’s so amazing about “Lucid Reasons” is that there’s an aura of spirituality, positivity, and intensity that you don’t hear much of in today’s mainstream rap, floating all around the arrangement, regardless of what BhadWaiz is actually saying at any point. It’s a track that’s truly interesting and has a meaning to it. The rhymes are intelligent, and the beat is engaging – a perfect binomial in the rap game.

BhadWaiz

BhadWaiz

Taken as a whole, “Lucid Reasons” offers a vision of what it means to be an underground artist. It presents the notion that music-making is about dedication and practice, about practical business decisions as much as art, while also being a manner of exorcising ghosts and testifying to what’s going on in the world.

You grab a hot beat production, you write your song, you make a video and then you flog it to the world in every manner possible to you – yet all the while concentrating on delivering your message through the music. Not every artist gets all these steps just right, but BhadWaiz is attempting to lay down his blueprint for the formula.

Rhyming isn’t just about keeping your head above water, and not just about loving the sounds of the words when leaving your mouth. It’s about a compulsion to put your perspective down in music. BhadWaiz has, and is doing that, as well as anyone else right now.

“Lucid Reasons” serves as a fitting way to reintroduce BhadWaiz to an audience that has been subjected to dumbed-down lyrics and gimmicks as a way to sell records. It is a cool song that allows BhadWaiz the opportunity to showcase his very articulate wordplay.  The track’s classic atmosphere presents a haven from the loud trap rappers on the radio, and is one of the stronger independent hip-hop releases of the year so far.

MORE ABOUT: BhadWaiz is an up and coming music artist usually between Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. Focused on producing quality music, he’s determined to offer a different, yet still classical style of Hip-Hop. BhadWaiz says that his overall purpose is to provide hope.

If he had to described his city in one word, he figures it would be ‘hopeless’. Though, he’ll be the first to say that he is no hero looking to save everyone around him; he feels that he can only be the guide to prove that anything is possible when you follow your dreams with complete confidence.

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