Poetry in motion is the closest thing I can equate “SI ME. SEE ME” to. ✒️ In most projects, it’s easy to be enamored by one stylistic aspect over the other, but when it comes to Rumbi, each and every part works together for the greater good of the project. 🤝 Without one inclusion, there wouldn’t be the other; something that he understands and translates into his meticulous approach. 🎯 It’s a rather quick listen having just 7 songs, but if you ask me, that was the perfect amount of music that he needed to get his point across. 🎧 The new project showcases the artist/producer’s spoken-word style of rap as he lets his stream of consciousness flow in the form of methodical, thought-provoking bars. 🎙✨ It follows a pattern of brevity that we’ve seen in a lot of his past music, with his songwriting leading the charge toward communicating his eccentric, emotional sense of style. 🧸 I would even go so far as to not describe these tracks as songs but ballads, as Rumbi navigates between subject matter with a deftness for connecting floating thoughts in his mind. 💭 Moreover, it genuinely feels like he draws content for his lyrics naturally from his environment and experiences. 💫 I loved all of the songs, and it’s so tough to pick out a favourite one, because he treats the songs as though they are one extended verse filled with vivid metaphors and double entendres that keep you on your toes from start to finish… even with the “Was I ever Purple” stepping in in to give us a somber breather in between. 🌻 The features included also don’t play around in the slightest with guest spots who are added just enough to the album showing great chemistry with him throughout. 🌟 What this album proves is that he knows who he is as an artist, how to exercise his ability as a wordsmith and he knows what purpose he serves, making him someone to keep a very close eye on as he continues to separate himself through individuality and distinct vocals and vision. 🌺
PS: Album will be on Apple Music in a few days pending slight delay.