To date, the records Kap Kallous has released off his latest digital full-length have been uniformly dark and grimy. His bruising bars were appreciated by the fans, as evidenced by the stellar reviews records like Lighthouse and Sushi Bar, but hard-nosed aggression isn’t all the Floridian spitter has to offer. On the newly-released 1000 Times, he showcases a more relatable, pop-appealing side of his artistic persona. Over the upbeat production of David Grant, Kap spits engaging verses dedicated to a woman who broke his heart, even trying his hand at crooning on the hook. An unknown director’s eerie visuals round out the package. For this addictive jam and much more, cop Kallous’s Grandeur LP, available in The DJBooth for full, free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 07/2/14
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