This is some of the dopest music i’ve heard in a very long time. It’s very dreamy. Shouts to PV.

This is some of the dopest music i’ve heard in a very long time. It’s very dreamy. Shouts to PV.

And ANOTHER site today!! Wow. Shouts to Eating Hip Hop for the support of my New Video “NewNew”!!http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/05/29/sayjak-newnew-official-video/

And ANOTHER site today!! Wow. Shouts to Eating Hip Hop for the support of my New Video “NewNew”!!


http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/05/29/sayjak-newnew-official-video/

{SayJak “Posted Notes” Music Review By Scott Chance}


Posted Notes, a rhythmical frenzy of staccato melodies produced by SayJak, is clever and catchy. When I was presented with a free download of SayJak’s music, I was a little hesitant because artists are always on the prowl searching for new listeners and exposure. My first thought was, “Wow, why haven’t I heard of this guy?” SayJak is worth the listen. Mixing electronic and hip-hop sounds into a furious flurry of upbeat music, every song is well-produced and incredibly pleasing to the ears.
Posted Notes begins with an instrumental introduction titled NewNew. The song opens with a heavy, bass-sounding explosion and is accompanied with eighth note hi-hats. The song instantly catches the ears. And when the vocal melody chimes in with a clean baritone layer, you know SayJak is an original, innovative artist.
The second instrumental song title Friends Forever is best described as being in the desert. The guitar is melodic, resonating with the open air, soaring through the desert sun. The sirens playing throughout the song are reminicent of desert creatures singing their praises in the night to the starlit sky. Free-flowing and moving Friends Forever is a track of closeness and togetherness with the world.
When the beat-tape moves into the lyrical songs, SayJak does not miss a beat. Using vocal samples interlaced into the beat, Sayjak continues to prove interesting and versatile. Featuring artists Axel Foley, Keyless, and Class-C on This or That, Sayjak is accompanied by fine-tuned hip-hop lyricists with intelligent rhyme schemes.
The aptly name track Dream Interpreter is the most progressive beat on the album. The ambient sounds from the organ and dry drum tracks create the surreal dream world the song is titled for. The piano glides the song forward, SayJak creates a revolving dream world, where the subject stands in the middle and the visions and images move past the subject. This song is reflective in nature.
If It Was Up To Me (featuring Artists MonoPoleJoe and Signature) is an empowering track of righteousness. The song is the quickest song on the album lyrically. The message of humanity on this song matches the proficiency of the artists on the beat-tape. Sayjak knows how to use dynamics, beginning his songs with minimal sounds and strengthening to the climax, ultimately resolving the tension into a song of clarity.
Glorious (featuring Hip hop artist In/sights) is the hardest and most in-your-face song on the beat-tape. The most memorable lyrics on the album are “Wisdom will speak and knowledge will listen, these are the things that are worth the acquisitions”. Glorious is a song filled with positive energy.
Sayjak delivers an unpredictable beat-tape with inspiring songs and fine-tuned recording. There is nothing I can say negative about this album. SayJak enters into the realm of all the dimensions, composing hip-hop beat masterpieces with ease. The beat-tape is free but there is a ‘name your price’ option. It is well worth supporting your hip-hop beat mastersmith and listening to this album.

-Scott Chance

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