by Thomas Bedward October 11, 2020
A producer born and raised in Virginia, Konstellation G began his love affair with music as a youngster, playing percussion in concert and with the marching band. Heavily influenced by the unique sounds of the early 2000’s greats like Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, and Missy Elliot, Konstellation G developed a natural affinity for melodic hip-hop sounds, following in the footsteps of his idols, while also remaining firm to his own unique creative vision.
After meeting mentor Sonny Carson, Konstellation G became a recording and mix engineer at S5 Studio in Brooklyn where he honed his skills and created his debut full-length album, ‘Journey to the Nebula’. The first taste of this forthcoming album, ‘Yodah’ opens the door to a new age in rap, where the traditional cliches and paint-by-numbers sounds are left for dead and new, conscious sounds take their place.
In his own words, Konstellation G has said that ‘Yodah’ is a song about ‘dealing with the paradoxes between insecurity and self-belief; overthinking and self-determination”, and both lyrically and musical, he is right on the mark. Flowing with a rolling, melodic atmosphere that draws you in from the very first note, ‘Yodah’ unleashes an array of smooth cosmic sounds and introspective instrumentals, laying down a sea of digital sounds that instantly eclipse everything else. It’s a strong and engaging blend of tones, one that shines with smooth, percussive strikes and nuanced future bass influences, creating a strong foundation for Konstellation G’s soulful flow.
While short, ‘Yodah’ is wonderfully pervasive, digging deep into your self-conscious and forcing a melodic epiphany. Like a space-age cleanse or an engaging aural resent, it’s utterly intoxicating, ushering in a new wave of cosmic enlightenment through a unique tour de force of down-to-earth street rhymes, spacey instrumentation, and overarching introspective consciousness.
An impressive glimpse of what we can all expect from Konstellation G’s record when it drops, ‘Yodah’ is a perfect illustration of his subtle, intrapersonal sound. A welcome change from the traditional, his artful combination of soulful samples, future bass, 808s, and melodic hip hop is worth celebrating, and definitely worth experiencing.
While you’ll have to wait until October 22nd to hear ‘Yodah’ in full, you can pre-save the track on Spotify today by clicking here. Be sure to follow Konstellation G on his social media pages below so you don’t miss his debut album when it drops later this year.
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