I rather enjoy these lyrics. This type of music, though not truly my cup of tea, allows the listener to really focus in on what is said. And I'm certain you put a bit of work into these due to the word choice and some of the trickier lines.
My only hang-up, and it really is a small one, is that your voice doesn't quite fit the genre implied. May it be the effects or just your natural timbre.
I enjoyed the singing, though. The singing was wonderful.
I love it!
This, sir, is pretty damn nice. A newer spin on modern hip hop. The lyrics are good, as is the instrumental!
Okay, I like the chorus and all that jazz, but the filter you are using or the bounce back from the vocals is discouraging due to it sounding like you are in a room. I think a good contrast would to keep the chorus voice the same, but make the actual words of the song crisp like the song is. If you listen, the music is very crisp and continuing the vocals in that distortion kinda conflicts with the music. Ya gotta let it flow with the music which gives it a better flow. If it is just a regular recording and that is how it came out, try to put up something in your recording room to dampen the bounce back of your voice. If not, just take out the filter on the lyrics, but keep it on for your chorus.
Thats just my take on it :D
Thanks. Honest opinions with presentable solutions are the best kind.
Wow man, when I heard Stavier's song I imagined the vocals a lot different. But this is pretty cool. I think the quality could be better, but I'm experimenting with vocals too and I know it's freakin hard. Good mic, layering etc..
Keep it up mate, I like the rhymes
Thanks. I really appreciate the review