On FÊTE, Triple Island is able to call back to the late nineties rap style with a synth and clap-heavy backing beat. Upon that canvas, the trio is able to keep things interesting. With a more pop-focused hook, the song is able to whip in a bit of reggae and mid-1990s NYC rap. Taken together, these distinct sides to Triple Island make for a track that is chill and distinct from the bulk of music currently populating the Billboard charts. While the song is a bit on the shorter side, there’s enough interest stoked up to whet listeners’ appetites until this act can cut their next song.
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