Purge’s Trap sounds swirl around some thundering, throbbing piano that quickly reminds me of the kind of retro hits that challenged the charts regularly.
Lil Hanny (born May 21, 1994) is an American rapper from Victorville, California. At this moment in his life, Lil Hanny began to take music more seriously, and He has been making songs for almost 14 years.
Lil hanny has been rapping and playing guitar, bass, and drums since he was 12. For a year, I was in the school band, and at college, I had experience with jazz, blues, rock, and even metal.
Kyle Bent (born August 12, 1997) is a Massachusetts rapper. Bent was born in Jamaica and lived there until he was two, when his parents chose to go to America.
A close buddy of Bent’s taught him to freestyle rapping in third grade. He chose to investigate more, which prompted him to start dabbling with songs.
Kyle bent, and Lil hanny has stitched together some incredibly hooky riffs to which they have added their vocal prowess. And they will not be afraid to express themselves. Their genuine (what appears to be) American accent declines to bow to the all-too-often buzzing around received wisdom.
The many riffs neatly loop onto each other, producing tension that the eager voices employ to spit rhythmic and frenetic intrigue. Purge delivers on all fronts: it’s fresh, raw, uncompromising, honest, intellectual, and focused. It’s a visceral, entertaining treat.
The random vocal is sped up and sprinkled throughout the track for extra ear delight, and some big bass slabs emerge to add some weight to the composition.
We are led through a compelling narrative to the net effect of shooting repeat since the music is top and finished with the same fascinating sound states.