From folk to old school hip hop IPS don’t let up. His most recent single ‘Money Aint A Thing’ was not only given ‘Track Of The Week’ by The BBC Asian Network but also ‘Track Of The Month’ by BBC London Radio before Spotify officially playlisted it.
So when InderPaul released his first track ‘Compromise’ of 2018, you’ve got to pay attention, especially how open and exposed he allows his music to be about his journey and struggles. Maybe too open prehaps? Each artist has their own way of relating and filters, you sense he’s taking you on a journey.
‘We’ve all been there, we’ve all done things we knew better than to do, we’ve all let things slide when we should of challenged them, we’ve all laughed at jokes we shouldn’t have you know? the list goes on and its something we can all relate too. Examining ourselves is something we all need to do for growth. Not only have I grown but I got a pretty kool song too.”
As a fan of his rapping style from ‘Christian’ to ‘Ring’ tracks, it’s strange to get use to this side of InderPaul, thinking Money Ain’t A Thing was just experimental, but he’s come back with a similar singing-like track. Looking forward to when he combines the two styles of delivery on one track.
One thing for sure is you can appreciate the textures in the vocals and the talent he has to sing. The words punch to their weight and lay a conviction inside where we all have compromised in devaluing ourselves. A good style to emphasise key points.
Does InderPaul offer the solution to know, how not, to compromise? Listen and tell us what you think.
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