After catching our attention with his single, "Spades," a short while ago, Brooklyn emcee Radamiz double backs with something new this week, his new release, "Caterpillar," built on smooth soulful textures, slick guitar plucks held by a trippy drum groove.
It is different from the moody trap aesthetic of his previous release and shows a different side to his style. The record deals with the concept of self-revival and reinventing oneself after a loss, with Radamiz opening the track with a carefree flow and insightful lyrics about his self-transformation. Fellow emcee Marlon Craft is not far behind and drops some line about having a solid work ethic in order to progress in this thing called life. The two are joined by vocalists Rayana Jay and Sebastian Mikael who craft an ear-grabbing chorus and pepper the track with some soothing harmonies.