Some of us got introduced to Moor Sound earlier this year when he dropped a joint EP with La Meme Gang’s Kiddblack
This time, he’s got another EP with the rapper, Garvie.
The EP, Super 2, has just three songs and it’s a pure hip-hop EP with just one afrobeats song.
The title gives you a lot to look forward to. It may be talking about the fact that Moor Sound and Garvie together are dynamite and make legendary music or it may be a reference to that Super 2 biscuit we used to love as kids…it had just two biscuits in a pack and it was sooo good!
“Scene” is an instant favourite off the EP. Maybe it’s Garvie’s voice giving us the best hook/chorus we have heard in a while, or maybe it’s the perfectly done trap beat that makes the whole song a vibe…it immediately attaches itself to you and if you don’t get lit listening to the song, your taste in music is questionable!!
Moor Sound and Magnom have worked together for a while and, last month, they gave us a titty anthem. They worked together again on the only afrobeats/dancehall song on the EP. It’s actually the only commercial sounding music on the EP if you really know the kind of music Ghanaians gravitate to. It’s a great song with Magnom switching places with Garvie to lay down a catchy hook/chorus over a mid-tempo beat and Garvie giving us the chance to listen to him rap.
Our favourite thing about the last song, titled “Drip” is the Zana May feature. The song goes back to the trap/hip-hop feel and Zana May’s voice adding some ethereal feel to her part of the song.
‘Drip’ is more mellow and has that soothing, calming effect that’s quite unusual for a hip-hop song.
Looks like the RGG Studios producer/DJ, Moorsound creates magic with every artiste he works with and to be honest, we are curious about what other projects he has for us.
Listen to Super 2 on Soundcloud here:
A video to the track, “Scene” is expected to drop later today.