Full Power’s new single BLAME gives Indian middle class rage a new sound
The way this track comes together, it’s a successful experiment in the zone of how Hindi rap can be blended with the psychedelic hip-hop/trap sound
New Delhi based hip-hop duo Full Power has released their newest single Blame, featuring vocals from Shillong based rapper Banjop. Yungsta and Frappe Ash are staples in the New Delhi hip-hop scene with street bangers like Red Alert, Yung Faizal, and Baba Bruce. On this track, both rappers express more gritty aspects of the middle-class struggle and the music industry.
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The track has been executive produced by Asura, with production by Lambo Drive and Yungsta. Musically, it blends a lot of familiar styles and instrumentations, ranging from acoustic guitars to 808-heavy trap drums. Yungsta and Frappe's potent verses talk about their perspective on the music scene and the current political climate. The track ends with a melodic verse from Banjop.
The track was released on their YouTube channel on 24th April and is now available on all major streaming platforms.