BIGGY stems from passion, resilience and young blood with a promise to acquire the ‘big’ things in life. It has an explosive and transparently accentuated synthesis of old school and modern trap beats. CM Colly has mastered a new and distinct sound that connects to the Kenyan vintage hip hop while Kidrucha spices the hip hop track with a modern westernized vibe to morph into a unique Kenyan hip hop wave.
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Biggy calls for a performance as it easily brings out the weekend euphoria. The 808’s and drum beat has been utilized by the artists with a relocatable and catchy hook that leaves your ears thirsting for more.
The level of creativity in the beats is one that I must commend so much. Shout Out to the producer Kay S (spike) . This is a production that will set the pace for the next generation Kenyan hip hop. Will definitely leave the mainstream media calling.
With the right channels Biggy should easily open doors for more of the same rendition in the industry. Young talents challenging the status quo with such new ideas definitely have a space for growth and success.
In it’s own way, the song speaks to the open hearted to always remember the mantra, you either go BIG or go home.
The song definitely is good, but the dancers in the video. The music has some good beats but crazy dancers would have done a great job in Biggy. This would have been more entertaining for the fans.
BIGGY AS A STAGE OF GROWTH.
As per my take, these artists need to continue pushing for more and more. Making more catchy songs like Biggy would really help in achieving their dreams and bring them a big push. Hopefully, they can deliver a collab album, it would definitely be a sensation.
Furthermore, they are a slept on duo who deserve a lime-light for their creative and lyrical raps.