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Review: Geo Grittz – ‘Gushi’

by admin August 26, 2020

Review: Geo Grittz – ‘Gushi’

The self-proclaimed freestyle king, Geo Grittz has built his sound on his personal experiences, creating visceral rap anthems that flow with an authentic and unyielding sound. With a penchant for telling the truth in his verse, music isn’t just a passion for Geo, it’s a way of life. Based in the heart of London, his contemporary blend of trap and grime has had both critics and audiences talking, and with the release of his latest single, he’s not only proved his talents but proved he’s at the forefront of the underground scene.

His most anticipated track to date, ‘Gushi’ has been the name on everyone’s lips for some time now, with the track promising to take his sound to the next level. A fusion of slick beats and intelligent rap anthemics, it’s already earned over five-thousand plays since it was first released earlier this year.

Rallying around a steady controlled beat that crashes over deep bass tones, ‘Gushi’ is all about those rising brass sounds and Geo’s eclectic delivery. Flowing with a dark melody, there is a calculated sound that rises from the restrained instrumentals, setting a subtle stage for Geo’s vocals and lyrics to flow. With a unique grime style that leans heavily on a distinct trap and dancehall influence, ‘Gushi’ arrives as an unconventional and refreshing take on a saturated genre.

Available now on Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music, ‘Gushi’ brings the different sounds and styles of the London scene to the world, delivering an immersive showing of verse and delivery that flow with a unique character. Taking grime into bold new territory, ‘Gushi’ proves that Geo is an artist to watch. Stream the new cut above and be sure to follow his social media channels below for all the latest news and releases.

Score: 7/10

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