“Imperfect Soul” is an amazing artist who is from Thibdaux, Louisiana. “Seeing Green” is one of the awesome tracks for all the audience there. There’s something addictively fresh about this latest release from artist and rapper “Imperfect Soul”. From the very first moment, the high quality and character of the production is crystal clear, and as the vocals come into play, this creatively structured yet undeniably focused piece of music and lyricism unfolds. The opening simplicity of those distorted soundscapes sets a humble yet effective scene within which the upcoming, leading voice can completely thrive and overwhelm its audience.
The song surrounds you with appropriately heavy musicality and emotion. The melody for this moment, this hook, as it were, is notably less intricate than the verses, and this makes for an unusual structuring choice. The lines featured within the verses have a certain poetic nature to them, the simplicity of the opening lines, followed by the fuller, more detailed and expressive sentences. All of this leads ferociously into the hook, at which point there’s a distinct level of further space surrounding the lines, and there’s a slight drop in intensity – the emotion comes through with power; this melancholy, deeply reflective, questioning moment.
The hook takes hold from the second you hear it, and Imperfect Soul is, without doubt, a rapper with an intense and memorable sound and flow. Seeing Green strikes as something of a smash hit from this year, or an underground, independent revelation – the kind of discovery that makes all the searching seem worthwhile.
When you listen to it loud, which you should – the music has power. The track is addictive in the feeling it gives you as everything storms into place. The final third is loaded with every bit of fire and electronic passion possible, yet it comes as this complete, effective wave of energy. It’s a professionally, skillfully, creatively collected group of sounds and samples that might not otherwise have seemed likely to work, but they do. They work beautifully. The thickness of the music surrounds you and at full volume, the experience is otherworldly.