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By WiLD 103.5 Staff, Apr 22 2019 09:04PM
Singer and artist Christine Storm takes on the depths of relationship turmoil, regret and heartache with this latest single Pain.
The song builds up slowly, beginning with the purity of an acoustic riff, steadily then introducing the two singers to begin this back and forth performance between perspectives and ideas. The verses see the rhyme-scheme overbear a little at first, but musically and indeed performance-wise the whole thing starts to evolve fairly quickly afterwards. The quietness of those near-whispered opening vocals reveals itself to be a fitting building block in preparation for the contrast and impact of later on.
The song’s hook presents a mighty moment of emotion and boldness – the weight and volume of the song intensifies and the performances reflect well the lyrical resolve and the longing in that leading question.
By the time the song has finished, that entrancing acoustic riff has managed to linger in your mind, and both vocalists have worked in unison to make certain the song’s hook will be easily recognized the next time around. In terms of the style, there’s a fairly classic, pop-ballad vibe to the single. You can imagine the live show as this full-band offering, or you can see it as a purely acoustic delivery that thrives on the strength of the vocals. Overall, it’s clear that there’s plenty of opportunity for Pain to stand out. Download the single via iTunes. Find & follow Christine Storm on Facebook & Twitter or visit her Website.
By WiLD 103.5 Staff, Apr 20 2019 01:11PM
Artist: The Neighborhood Watch
Song: Neighborhood Watch (Remix) feat. Lord Jamar
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By WiLD 103.5 Staff, Apr 15 2019 05:18PM
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By WiLD 103.5 Staff, Apr 14 2019 08:15PM
In the glorious pantheon of trap rappers, Gucci Mane’s dais is the largest. Since the mid 2000s, Guwop’s been peddling a very specific style of rap music – one for the hustlers, not the hustled. He wasn’t the first to rap about drugs, but he was first to package it within a very particular set of characteristics that would later be stretched out and commercialized. He seldom argues the fact that he’s the creator of rap’s biggest subculture – he lets T.I., Jeezy, and others have fun with that – and lets his enormous catalog play as something of an oral history of the genre. With more than 12 albums and 71 mixtapes, there’s not much more that Gucci Mane can show us to cement himself as one of the most influential artists in hip-hop culture. And that’s precisely the problem with Evil Genius; it’s familiar when everyone around him has taken steps to change the parameters of trap more than he ever has. Gucci Mane sounds comfortable, making this skippable.
By WiLD 103.5 Staff, Apr 14 2019 08:13PM
The life of Meek Mill has been nothing short of an American epic. He grew up poor, raised by a single mother after his dad was shot and killed when he was 5-years-old. He emerged as a teenage rap sensation flowing on Philadelphia street corners (“I break bricks and throw shells like Mario”) and eventually grew into one of the country’s most charismatic rap stars – a self-made millionaire who fulfilled his wildest dreams. And yet he has never been able to cast off the lidless, Sauron-like gaze of the criminal justice system. He has been on probation since he caught weapons and drugs charges in 2007, and late last year, Judge Genece Brinkley, who has been assigned to his case since the very beginning, ruled that he violated probation by popping a wheelie on his dirt bike in upper Manhattan and sentenced him to two-to-four years in prison.