The Cameroon born rapper Blueprint Hakeem in his third studio project “Disciple Music EP“, pays homage to his hip-hop role models
One could be tempted to miss the days of listening to music on cd players through loudspeakers while doing home chores or listening on a Walkman through headphones in a taxi on the way to Commercial Avenue. This was an era where Baggy Jeans was still a thing, and hip-hop dance battle competitions organized at the Franco-Cameroon Alliance halls. Blueprint Hakeem in this Ep, does an amazing job of incorporating the feeling of an era into contemporary Hip-hop, R&B, and Afro-pop vibes.
Made up of six songs, with raps deftly executed, life experiences are tied into a swirl – the personal and the political. When the Ep kicks off, one can quickly get captivated by the rapper’s deep vocals that will make hardcore rap sound like a lullaby. His music is actively less aggressive in sound, and one might say his flows and melodies are influenced by Nas and M.I, accompanied by solid kick drums and teasing baselines.
Write-up courtesy of SWIPPER.
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