- Executive Producer/Editor-in-Chief | The Black Dynamite of DEHH
Founder and creator of Dead End Hip Hop, an community of hip hop lovers participating in active conversations centered around the culture of hip hop. DEHH currently has over 64K subscribers. For more, check us out at youtube.com/deadendhiphop or deadendhiphop.com.
- music industry, music promotion, editing, music writing, artist development
- hip-hop, music
- Atlanta, GA
Overall, the song isn't bad and you have a voice that works for rapping. You sound fairly comfortable on the microphone and that's a good thing. You also seem to have an idea of what you want to do with this song. That's good. I like the beat choice and direction you took the song with that beat. It fits. My advice is to work more on your hooks and continue to carve out an original style that fits you so you'll stand out more.
This is an interesting idea to blend classic pianist Glenn Gould with modern day music, especially hip hop. The thing about projects such as these is that we have no way of knowing if a guy like Glenn would even be a fan of hip hop considering his stature in music. I'm not sure who produced this track but I like the way it was flipped. In the video, the clips of Glenn synced with the beat was dope. This is my first time hearing Uninvited Guest's music and to be honest, I don't have a verdict on where I sit with them yet. However, I do like the way this track was produced and how they sampled Glenn Gould's song.
1. The video does a great job of describing what fluence is. It shows how the product works in a clear way. 2. I would look into partnering with a few publications or sponsoring online shows on YouTube or podcasts.