Novelist revealed details of a new joint project with Shaylanam titled “Heat”, whose music is mainly created, recorded and mixed in his BMW.
Lewisham rapper announced the project today (26 March), writing on social networks, fans can expect to hear “Synthwave 80s, 90s, Memphis, British rap and Grime” on the record, which is due out April 3.
He added that the “heat” loud and aesthetically inspired by one of his “personal favorite” films, the eponymous American crime film by Michael Mann in 1995 with Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Val Kilmer.
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I Shaylan cooperated in our debut joint project “Heat.” The project mainly produces himself, along with Prem, Sousse and Traperaperami hipami Troyes. Most of the project was produced, recorded and mixed in my BMW. I got up late at night, parked, and we recorded in the N17, meridian ends Shaylana. The theme and the sound aesthetics of this collaboration is inspired by American crime films of 1995, which was written pradusavany and director Michael Mann, with Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Val Kilmer. One of my personal favorite films. You will hear sinteh 80s, ’90s Memphis rap and British influence Grime. (It will be released on Friday, 3 April 2020) Cover Art and VFX Author: @jpegarchie Photos: @stylerroom @brthrjcb Manufacturers: @premogram @sustrapperazzi_ @troohhippi @Novelistguy It Yourself and @shailan__tm #TracksuitMafia #MMMYEH Synthwave #Grime # 2020 #UkRap #Novelist #Shailan #Becoz
As part of the reports of the work of writer says: “The project mainly produces himself, along with Prem, Sousse and Traperaperami hipami Troyes.
“Most of the project was produced, recorded and mixed in my the BMW. I got up late at night, parked, and we recorded in the N17, meridian ends Shaylana”.
The six-track project will continue with the EP “RAIN FIRE”, which should come on Saturday (28 March), as well as a joint project with Shailan. He landed in the middle of his current project YouTube # 52WeeksOfFire.
Last year, the writer told how gloomy music can become a “great catalyst” in the fight against violent crime in the UK. “I feel that people can get into the opening of the art”, – he explained in a television interview.