Welcome back to the second edition of Ronon's Reviews The 10 Most Promising Music Acts Right Now! In this monthly list I will try to vary as much as possible the type of artists I talk about and I think this piece is the proof, as you can find Alt-Pop, Punk, Hip Hop, Death Metal and even some Hardcore, because why the hell not, if the music is good, I think it should be promoted.
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Ronon's Reviews is a small independent music website where we, only four of us active at the moment, cover talented up and coming artists and bands (not to mention all the work the behind the scenes!), and while we'd absolutely LOVE to review and/or interview each one that we get excited about, we have a difficult time squeezing everybody in... Enter this new column!
We might not have the time to do a full blown piece on everybody, but we sure can share with you, once a month, the 10 musicians we find worthy of being noticed by the whole wide world!
A modern day classic cover.
Today's cover is a relatively new one, having only been played for the first time February 14th 2019, on the Australian alternative radio station triple j's segment Like A Version, where many future covers will come from. But today we're shining the spotlight on the powerful 'Bulls on Parade' by Denzel Curry.
Jahseh has dipped his toes in nearly every modern genre one could think of [...], introducing noisy, ignorant 808's with a voice of aggression and pain.
Today in Hip-Hop, diversity is very rare. you have your Boom Bap conscious type artists, and your upbeat Trap type. Everybody in between, who either fit one category and much more, or don't fit those categories at all are disrespected and misunderstood. XXXTentacion couldn't fit this statement any stronger.
It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating, but it's her penmanship and artistry.
TDE's only feminine flavour, SZA, has grown into her ultimate confortablility which was something we had missed on her previous project, Z. Throughout the project, SZA invites us listeners into her relationship life using the subtopics of being the side girl; only seeing her man on "the weekend", and glamourizing herself for her significant other, and feeling herself while doing so. It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating as an artist, but it's her penmanship and artistry.