East London MC artist, J Hus drops his highly-anticipated ‘Big Spang‘ E.P’, his first project since his critically-acclaimed and commercially successful debut album, ‘Common Sense’.
Running at 9 minutes and3 tracks long, ”Big Spang’ is short and sweet, probably put together to fill the gap between albums. The Bouff daddy, J Hus continues where he left off, bringing his comical lines over eclectic production. He kicks things off with the Afrobeat-influenced, ‘Dark Vader’, which he follows up with a hard-hitting, 90’s New York hip-hop-headnodder in ‘Scene’, and then closes with ‘Dancing Man’, in which he utilises his African-influenced vocal style.
Production is handled by none other than Jae5 who’s quickly affirming his position as one the UK’s leading producers, providing a solid sonic backdrop for ‘Big Spang’.
J Hus once again shows his diversity, and his unique vibe which makes him easily one the most exciting artist to come out of the UK in recent times. ‘Big Spang’ is a solid project with the only real criticism that could be aimed at it, is that it could’ve been stretched to to six-tracks, giving the listener a something a little more substantial.
J Hus– ‘Big Spang’ E.P. is OUT NOW available at all good digital outlets.
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