Conceptual hip hop with desirably creative soundscapes – LiL Moke takes listeners down a nostalgic, dreamy pathway that longs for the simplicity of yesteryear.
At the age of 25, LiL Moke is doing better for himself. He is currently in a 1-year rehab program getting his life together, making new music for every to hear, trying to get his word out for the recovering addicts and to the ones who still suffer; his genre of music is Whatever you think it is its a brand new style and unique as he feels the artist who inspired him growing up was Lil Wayne and sooner Geazy, Lil peep and Juice Wrld
Driving with a quickly attractive hook for the intro, Exit Life blends vocal lines for a back and forth to start things up with energy and drive. Following this, the verses lay bare plenty of space – a specific simple set-up that keeps the focus on the voice; an outspoken and cleanly mixed vocal, exposing the details and setting the scene accordingly.
The preparation has a slightly household feel to it, but this adds genuineness and backs up the refreshing clarity of the vocal recording in a relevant way.
The simple set-up works in favor of LiL Moke’s style and confidence, upholding a unique sound within the current scene and tilting its hat towards the legends of yesteryear in the same strike.
Smooth yet bold in notion and tone, Exit Life explodes a sense of possibility and self-empowerment that works well to juxtapose the warmth of the soundscape.