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The People’s Opinion review Rocket Science the album + videos

Dynamics Plus

– Rap and Hip Hop with an experimental twist

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reviewed by Emissary on ThePeoplesOpinion.net

 

 Nowadays, things are quite different. An independent musician can produce quality, marketable music, without sacrificing creativity. This is why “Rocket Science”, the latest Rap/Hip Hop album by Dynamics Plus’ is real example to indie musicians, regardless of genre.

*seeing a nice trend when the videos are being mentioned with the reviews.

 

A long time ago in music… the term “Indie” or “Independent” equaled bad production quality, low fidelity and/or music that was not marketable. Rap and Hip Hop artists, specially, could spend years selling tapes out of the trunk of his car, before anyone took real notice. Nowadays, things are quite different. An independent musician can produce quality, marketable music, without sacrificing creativity. This is why “Rocket Science”, the latest Rap/Hip Hop album by Dynamics Plus’ is real example to indie musicians, regardless of genre.

Pop the playlist below; you’re sure to get hooked by those crunchy riffs in “Dash the Cloud”, by Anthony Michael Angelo. Not what you expected from a Rap album? Get ready for more surprises!

As you’ll notice, Dynamics Plus’ videos are fairly simple – no insane special effects, or irrelevant bullshit. Everything is well thought out and significant to the stories being told.  Kudos on great directing and editing!

“Phase Shift”, for example, is a reality check. Artists big and small, from rappers to rockers, are subject to manipulation within the modern music industry.

This rapper isn’t afraid to expand on his comfort zone. “Seek End Destroy” is a short, straight to the point rap, featuring some slick dance moves by Alesony. Then there’s “Plenty to Say”, featuring the soulful voice Nae B. The contrast between these two is exceptional, plus there’s some more nice dancing & popping to ease you into the video. “Grace Notes”, another fast-paced rap, will have you bouncing to that break-beat; and that phat, mid-range synth bass!

 

READ THE REST AND WATCH SOME VIDEOS!!

 

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