RGG Studios has put in massive work this year and it all leads to the in-house producer’s magic. Moor Sound has released projects with Kiddblack, Garvie this year, and on his new catalog, he has Kwame Yesu and Questo on his new tape “TIMES WE NEED EACH OTHER”. As usual, Moor sound takes the heart of the project by producing the songs, feeding both rappers the musical ski to ride on.
“FLEXXX” being the first song, serves up archetypal trap music elements without distinguishing the flow.
Tailored with Flutes that dance through heavy drums, Questo and Kwame Yesu sings/raps about the hardships that came with the come up, and having the benefits of all drugs, a trademark theme that runs through the hip-hop community, and for a song like this, it was the best decision to put Copta on, known for delivering verses that suits such cultural themes in hip-hop songs.
Magnom, well known for painting songs with his character, sonically blesses “Fire” with a direct hook and chorus, a mid-fi Afrobeats tempo song that bashes haters who tried to test him.
With a flow backed by the repetition of words, “I No Want Do” is that banger, laced with heavy bass and lone snare strikes, Joey Bennette flow and the rappers get the right set up to loop their verses, it’s a 2-minute song but definitely a bop.
The project is mainly a trap-themed one, but the last song is a crooning one, “I dey wonder” breathes that bit of emotion in the project, on a moody production, Magnom gets another slot feature, handling the chorus again, allowing Questo and Kwame Yesu to fit their emotions on the song.
Moor Sound’s ability to create an atmosphere for any artiste of any caliber to flow in his world is once again at its peak, and we can’t seem to get enough of it.