Kev Rainey, from North Carolina, has just released a new single, “No Haircut,” which showcases his flexibility and expertise as an artist with a well-rooted foundation in hip hop and RnB.
The nostalgic and uplifting tones of “No Haircut” set the tone for the rest of the music, which is well-mixed and immediately catchy from the start. Kev Rainey’s vocals frequently contribute to a vibrant framework that alternates between RnB and Hip Hop rhythm, always with clarity and conviction.
The story itself carries significance. In addition, both the words and the mood stay close to this throughout the soundtrack, keeping things aesthetically relevant while also stylistically making the connection between modern references and the unmistakable sounds of an earlier decade.
“No Haircut,” which clocks in at five minutes mark, is divided into a number of sections, each of which has a new melody, a different weight in terms of the richness of the arrangement, and enough flexibility to pique the audience’s interest during a live performance.
Easy to identify as an artist operating from a clear perspective and sense of honesty, Kev Rainey delivers only the most moving, meaningful music possible, and with each new release garnering increasing amounts of affection from listeners, the future appears to be quite bright.
The performance is focused and clearly highlights an artist who is completely immersed in the current moment and in his element, which creates an atmosphere of embrace that quickly overpowers any strange structural components that may be there.