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Jason Chaos Brings Us A Creative Single Titled “Concrete Shakin” Feat. Grandmaster Melle Mel Jason Chaos has dropped a new single titled "Concrete Shakin," featuring. Grandmaster Melle Mel. The single gives us a bond of Hip Hop, Alternative Rock, and injects of mainstream...

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B. ROD’s Latest Single & News On Upcoming Album

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Sirreal X GA X Phantom has dropped a track titled “Ballin” on Sirreal SoundCloud account. The artists have a unique, hard sound that continues on this release.

“Ballin” starts with two 808 hits, an explosion, and a synth along with Ad-libs. The artists hit us with the hook, which feels like a brain worm. The lyrical repeat of “I Stay Ballin NBA” with the vocal flow makes it easy to remember and easy to shout out with the gang.

The track continues with the verse; one of many aspects I enjoy about the record, “Ballin,” is how Sirreal X GA X Phantom is involved fluidly throughout the track, with either the main vocals, Ad-libs, or vocal doubles.

The track’s theme, a cross between a metaphor and comparison to “Balling NBA” feels confident like feel-good. However, the minor vibes coming from the trap sound of the beat along with the gang vocals – It feels dark, which a salute the artists create. It can rare these days to capture that sound.

The pre-lude, with adding some slight auto-tune to the vocals, creates a differential in the song. It works well, moving back into the hook to end the song.


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