Rock / Alternative / World
Finally some real HipHop to review on here! There's alot of people doing it all wrong but every onc... more Finally some real HipHop to review on here! There's alot of people doing it all wrong but every once in a while a gem is discovered. This track came close to having the complete package of a perfect HipHop /rap song. The beat and vibe was golden era and the Rap flow and voice was on point. The instrumental was accompanied by ambient sound effects and overall created the mood for a true banger! The lyrics were abstract and storytelling without the use of profanity and typical mainstream dialogue. This is real art and I genuinely enjoyed the listen. Would have gave it 5 stars if there was tight record scratching turntablism involved as well. Overall this is the best song so far I've encountered on this site to review. Peace and Blessings in Jesus name.
When I first came to Number One Music I found a number of musicians with a lot of talent here. Howev... more When I first came to Number One Music I found a number of musicians with a lot of talent here. However, only a precious few truly captivated me. Chazz Wesley was one of those artists. His songs are old school and his vocal delivery is classic Country Western all the way. Chazz hasn't been very active on this site in recent months and I noticed that. I didn't know if he was working on something new or was just busy with life. Well, now we know exactly what he's been up to and this new song of his, "I know You've Gone to Heaven" is well worth the wait. From the honey sweet and slow tempo, to the soft piano melody, the sincere heart felt lyrics about love and redemption are what this song is all about. The predominant undertone of this song is as if Chazz has somehow channeled George Jones and Merle Haggard simultaneously, but made it all his own. The smooth honkey tonk melody with that lonesome pedal steel paints a solemn tableau about a man who has changed his ways, but just a li'l too late for the love of his life to witness it. But then again, it's never too late in God's world for forgiveness and Chazz Wesley reminds us of this in the most beautiful way with his song.
It sound fantastic. I would consider that choice of song a tribute to Georgia and Ray Charles. The s...
more It sound fantastic. I would consider that choice of song a tribute to Georgia and Ray Charles. The southern melody and calm tempo was pleasant. Actually I had to listen to it twice.