Kenny Drop offers up a great beat, fusing a classic hip hop and rap mood with something a little more electronic and synth-let by releasing this amazing track “Same Guy” to all the audience out there. The ambiance works well, the vibe is mellow and easy to get into, and on top of this, you get a distinct and characterful leading artist delivering the hook and the lyricism, and the flow in a confident and stylish way. Rapper Kenny Drop was Born in Chicago IL, and Raised in Cabrini Green Projects. Move to Madison Wi. After a few life detours, Kenny has found his way creatively through sound and motivation. Although he has a unique sound of his own, he also has a strong knowledge of social media marketing, helping other artists brand themselves socially and musically.
Kenny Drop’s storytelling on this particular release has you gripped with every verse. There are certain moments that connect on a fairly broad level, making it a song that can be appreciated by a wider audience, but also there’s an undeniable touch of personal experience and truth to it all, which brings about something that can’t be compared – a story that hasn’t been told before, a snippet of reality. The lyricism comes with a lot of strength, the lines are laid out in an awesome manner, and Kenny Drop’s voice has the sound of a Hip hop star gone mellow – that grit and delicacy combined, almost whispered yet distinctly passionate. It carries the sentiment of this song through really well.
Same Guy is a huge track, instrumental vibrant and creative, melodically passionate, and incredibly soulful sounding. This meeting of the producers and the vocalist makes for something that just soaks you in high and inspiring energy. The way the whole thing has been crafted, cut up, and arranged, makes for a soundscape that seems all at once organic and otherworldly. As a fan of powerful vocals, the performance aspect draws a desire to witness a live show. As a fan of creative, unpredictable hip hop or rap music subgenres, the progression of the instrumentation makes for a mesmerizing few minutes of listening. In both cases, the track begs for you to play it loudly, and thanks to a fantastic production job that’s something that is immediately achievable – and absolutely recommended.