With dense wordplay and complex rhyme schemes, Hamilton rapper Emay’s new album “Illah” is at the very least technically impressive, and with all things considered, a masterful piece of work. Each track is self produced and beautifully gushes in transition to the next, many tied together by similarly gloomy samples. Emay’s wordy raps explore a depth of subjects with a whole lot of introspection, but watch out, much of it could fly over your head if not given close attention. This is album has alot to discover, so I recommend you just go for a complete listen, it’s perfect for the dreary rainy days happening right now,.
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Favorite track: Israfil “angels trumpet” & Lilac
Available to download on Bandcamp