. Strong A.R.M features Warren J. Gallimore in 'Bet'cha Didn't Know'. Following its commercial release in early 2018, 'Bet'cha Didn't Know' has gained considerable acceptance within the EDM genre, standing out mostly for its elements of Rap and HipHop.
Hip-Hop Satire. A new musical satire arrives on the scene. It's all humorous rap lyrics, social sensitization, and everything that comes in between.
Betcha Didn't Know. Following the release of his music tracks, 'That's Gangsta' and 'Betcha Didn't Know', Strong A.R.M establishes his presence in the EDM genre, more so for his unique brand which is heavily laced with elements of Rap and Hip-Hop. This exclusive interview with Ikenna Okeh of UbuntuFM introduces Strong A.R.M, his style, and his process.
. Following its recent release, Strong A.R.M's 'That's Gangsta' has seen remarkable acceptance amongst music audience. The single has recorded over 50,000 views on YouTube. This review seeks to point out the musical merits of the track. Perhaps you will see the reason for which it's been garnering acceptance this much.
Epic Hip-Hop. A review of Rootword's album '"Warning Signs". It so happens that an ardent listener of music seeks out the style of an artist, to know if it resonates with their taste or not. As evident in the album, Rootwords' style is hardcore rap, delivered without effort and laden with deep messages; all accompanied with strong rhythmic and interactive beats.
Ring the alarm!. This new album is a concentration of energy and sincerity, a beacon to the illusions and lies perpetrated by man, and it is on the stage that ROOTWORDS intends to proclaim his vision of the world, by spontaneous communication that is alive and rich in vibrations.