Mighty PLUTO’s musical offering I Feel Like Batman is a smooth and satisfying Hip Hop-meets-rap release that ticks all boxes when it comes to seeking out that perfect, end of the sound.
As producers, the mix is incredibly creative and has been flawlessly crafted to a superbly professional level. There are a smoothness to it all, these awesome, occasionally retro-sounding synths and samples. There’s also an overwhelming delicacy that makes you feel as if sitting perfectly still is the best way to receive it – not wanting to interrupt the peacefulness or break anything with erratic human behavior. There’s a blissful order and soft sense of movement to the music that carries your consciousness along as the whole thing progresses.
The concept of the song is something unique that so many people aspire to discover or hope to stumble upon. It’s compelling to listen to, and you can hear the genuine passion and purity in the leading voice with every line he speaks. Even the melody to the song brings in a touch of rap, a higher-end vocal to keep things interesting; to signify that rising intensity, and to reinforce the heartfelt nature of the composition.
I Feel Like Batman is something completely different, yet the familiar sound of Mighty PLUTO’s voice comes through with an equally genuine and easy to embrace a level of passion and realness. The track begins with the hook, a lengthy key moment that pours out lyrics from the offset and gets you soaked in the sentiment of the song almost instantly. As things move forwards, the verses are where the intensity and the real truth happen.
Musically the track is superb, crafted, and produced to a flawless standard that is ready and waiting to be played at full volume by all who hear it. The melody is one that sinks in slowly, allowing you to familiarize yourself with the entire soundscape first and foremost, then settling in for good to the point that you’ll have the sound of that hook in your mind for some time after listening. Again, Mighty PLUTO’s voice really adds to the effectiveness of this. His performance fits in well with the hip hop or rap driven backdrop – it’s easy to listen to, enjoyable, and offers up just enough of that realness; that unique vocal tone, and even a touch of confidence, particularly when it comes to the line but you’ve got to be there for more too.