Nyashinski is balance, he’s structure, and rhythm, with plenty of musical and metaphysical significance—he seems more attracted to the general idea than the specifics. Clichés persist for a reason, after all: they can be incredibly effective.
On its face, “Aminia” sounds like the banger, the club track, the drinking song. You know, the hit. The one where we’re allowed to take a nip out of the flask in the back of the church and let the devil in—if only for a little while. And it is all those things: It would be blasphemous if “Aminia” did not blare from stereos and cars and earbuds and boom boxes throughout the country.
Steph Kapela’s “Got the sauce “is an enjoyable, respectable new offering that works as a flex-bonanza for his vocals and the listeners emotion. A nice syncopated thudding beat anchors the track during the start. Naturally, there is a lesser […]