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Tkay Maidza – ‘Last year was weird, skin. 3 ‘EP commentary: elite pop music

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Tkay Maidza can be forgiven for returning to the title “Last year was weird” for this third part of his EP series. His predecessors have set him up as a new leader in underground rap, despite the fact that his music is ready for the music masses like everyone else, and with anticipation, another new set of eight bands deserves to take him to the next level.

The Australian-Zimbabwean rapper is comfortable with the melody, trapping the hooks so easily that everyone doesn’t even know their own way. Just like the previous “24k” and “Shook” singles, there are a lot of ideas here that fit her short term.

“Who,” as if out of respect for his love of the 2000 Disney series Who canAs Maidza somehow mines a few competing earwigs, walking in the sense of a heavy guitar, not in the sense of a heavy guitar, but in the sense of a clan of silver plates, “Bitch, I’m a bitch, I’m Kim”. The light auto-tuned vocals of this track Maidza are drastically different from the pastoral zen of “Eden” where the weekend of the song is washed on a soft piano and strings in the summer breeze.

Such dexterity is now to be expected. The “syrup” changes the mood again and provides some of that basement energy with its deep head and trap beat, while Maidza squeezes the impressive emotions into a single joint (“Thick, sweet, sick”). Get out of thin, organic structures; the burden of the relationship comes. At the same time, “Kashmir” offers a warm suggestion, as its name suggests, as a background for a single window of meaningful introspection allowed by Maidza, as he speaks loudly with the bite of divorce: “Camouflage my darkest thoughts … I don’t have much left”.

If “Last Year Was Strange,” is a disappointment from the folder. 3 ‘, i.e. for more than 20 minutes we were left with an appetizer again instead of a spread. Maidza’s character screams from the speakers, which is a unique and distinctive, unique feature. Each of these eight tracks is a pocket of its own unique angry energy, delicately crafted and star-studded. It’s, in other words, elite pop music, and the sooner the world realizes it, the better.

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  • Release date: July 9th
  • Tag: 4AD



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