Melvillous brings us his latest track and visuals ‘Legacy’ packed with lyrical content that will have you listen to this track again and again to gather what he has artistically placed inside his bars. With one of the most prominent flows in the scene, he does not dissapoint with this number.
Feed ‘Em and King Jims, UK Christian Rappers team up on this special project “Get To Know”. Without hesitation to show their intent and inspire listeners to a knowledge that many don’t know about. King Jims with his most recognisable flow and Feed ‘Em’s wordplay will get your mind pacing about the truth that these artists are spitting about.
‘Gold Status’ taken from LikeMikes upcoming album “City of Gold” was okay. The title suited the track but I found it slightly outdated. This could be down to the backing track, general style or personal taste.
Melvillous talks Music, Faith, Success and the Past & Future
When KCMix caught up with #UKCR Artist Melvillous we got a snaposhot into his intriguing mind. Rapping from the age of 10, Grime, Rap and Hip Hop was his perfect expression form, which he could get out all his aggression, rage and gripes with the world. He said “I’ve always been a conscious mind, when I came to the faith around 14/15 years old.”
Where Would I Be? (feat. Dru Bex) – Single by S.O.
S.O. releases a new track “Where Would I Be ft. Dru Bex”. It seems like he is releasing a new track every month. This track is a strong one as it highlights the dependency that S.O. has on God, referencing to many things in his life that wouldn’t be if it were not for Christ.
Minister Taf talks Music, Anger, Growing Up & New Album G.I.F.E
When KCMIX caught up with humble, easy-going Minister Taf an artist that has had a very hard upbringing. Electricity cut off, no meat in the bowl . . . We wanted to find out what his story was!
“Parkers Verse” by Rapper S.O.
Sampling The Korgiz’s Everybody’s gotta learn sometime in latest track Parkers Verse; It’s clear S.O. has developed heaps since the days of “Sure Thing”. Video director James Knoruka does a fantastic job creating a feature film-esque opening.