Review: Vmax’s “I.R.L” Bringing Vibes From Trinidad & Tobago
A new year with a new release, Vmax nails out new single and visual for “I.R.L” (in real life). Vmax, out Hollywood, Florida, has resided to Trinidad & Tobago two months ago (November 2017) where he has opened up for iconic artists like Nas & Damian “J.Gong”.
What happen to this kind of Hip Hop?
I’m not putting down any artists, however this kind of Hip Hop is becoming extinct. What catches me on “I.R.L” is the raw and continuous flow as Vmax moves from bar to bar. The street vibe, when the whole track is clean and clear vocals with no chokes.
Vmax touches on trust, drugs, Paris Hilton, racism, murder, the game, youngens, rage, weed, backstabbers, Lord Of the Rings, hustlin, homeless people, and much much more.
All tied up with the truth of “In Real Life”.
The beat, produced by toZu Productions, has a profound melody moving key phrases from high to low. The drums provide that lo-fi feeling with breaks, running perfectly with the vibe.
Recently Vmax was contacted by Trinidadian Government To Make A Music Video For the Children of Trinidad & Tobago. Promoting No Drinking, Or Drug Abuse. Be on the look out for Vmax’s new mixtape “Last Of The Dead Breed” to be released March 2018 and first album to be distributed on Itunes, Tidal, and Spotify in November 2018.