Whorrifick creates a flow in his “l.o.l.” single that is more beat poetry and Gil Scott-Heron than it represents current sorts of rap music. The instrumentation utilized in this track ties together electronic and industrial styles, intruding just enough to highlight specific lines and phrases.
There is a tremendous amount of material that is presented to listeners here, ensuring that one has to spin l.o.l. a number of times before getting everything that Whorrifick has placed here. What results here in not anything that would be played on pop radio, bt this never seems to be the track’s desire. This is a poem with a beat, a hard-hitting bit of prose with a little backing, and it is solid. Check out Whorrifick’s domain and social media for additional information about this fascinating performer.
Whorrifick l.o.l. Single Review / 2015 Self / http://www.whorrifick.com/ / https://www.facebook.com/Whorrifick/ / https://twitter.com/Whorrifick
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