Worst Case Scenario
"Worst Case Scenario" is a primarily an instrumental album. ( The exceptions being track 3, 5, 8, and 11 ) and even the exceptions are kept to a minimal amount of verbal input, just a few lines repeated on a loop. The mood of the whole album is ambient and chill, calm and contemplative. The album is perfect study music, long drive music, and absolutely perfect to do some improve free styles over if your into slamming and rapping. What I like about the album is the cohesion of the instrumental element with the title, "worst case scenario" this is why I feel like it's music that should be rapped on top of, by the audience, a call to artists to say what they fear to be their worst case scenario, in light of recent political events it makes quite a bit of sense. My favorite track on the album is track 7 - Thiscouldbeus, it has a breathy hyperventilation in the background and light bouncy, sparkling beats on top. There are a lot of jazzy elements to the music as well, hints of percussion, trumpets (track 8 ), finger snapping, and piano beats, all blended electronically and composed into a chill vibe album. This album especially the instrumental tracks would be great for talking over on your show.
Track by Track Vibes
01 Nollieflip - "lets do it" repeated methodically, chill ambient vibes, percussion elements, and a heavy rhombic beat in the background at medium speed.
02 Gyoza - A much slower track, more atmospheric in vibe, like you could almost hear birds chirping faint electronic string like elements trickle in the background.
03 Shibuya (ft.Budamonk) - Another slow track, piano elements are stronger and "ba da da" is faintly sung in the background by a female vocalist
04 Spur of the moment - Pace picks back up to a medium methodic beats and a little faint trumpet plays in the background like a sad love s