In case you haven't come across it yet, Bronx, New York's very own Da Inphamus Amadeuz has released his new project Any Day Now (The Sequel) -- giving us that gritty and real NY sound.
Both Da Inphamus Amadeuz projects this year (including Covid-19) have something in common: they both take you on a time machine to another era, particularly giving the audience a dose of '90s and early '00s LoFi and boom-bap sounds.
Right from the start, Amadeuz gets Any Day Now (The Sequel) running with his hypnotic wordplay and a tireless rapid flow style. Tracks like "90's Vibrations" expand on the nostalgic Lo-Fi and classic hip-hop themes featured throughout this project both sonically and lyrically. The powerful narrative in the storytelling songwriting takes us back to the rawness of that original New York hip-hop scene.
On "You," Amadeuz transitions seamlessly into a more intimate downtempo. He poetically depicts a love story over light chimes mixed with LoFi production. His raspy vocal delivery provides a kind of rawness that intertwines with emotions that is rarely found in many of today's modern rappers.
Overall, Any Day Now (The Sequel) has a special way of triggering our nostalgia with witty rhyme schemes and classic samples in the production.
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