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Yaysh

Daep (single)

Review by Gary Hill

The genre label of "hip hop" tends to create a lot of pre-conceived notions. Get rid of those. I suppose this is hip hop, but overall it lands closer to an electronic music artsy style. Whatever you call it, this is cool. It does earn a parental advisory, though. All in all, I'd like to hear more from this artist. She has an intriguing style.

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Track by Track Review
Daep
Starting basically with just vocals, the cut grows out from there into a dramatic rhythmically driven movement. The multiple layers of vocals (some rapped and some sung) are cool. There is a world music element to this. I can make out some jazz, as well. Of course, we also get the hip hop edge. This is very much artsy music.
 
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