The recently released song “Al Pacino” by “AresAduu” is completely unique in both the writing style and the musicality of it all. The beat that kicks into it sets off a great vibe, and then what follows is a rather unexpected and wonderfully unusual melody and chord progression. The music and vocals are perfectly together in the track, and sometimes – it’s almost a hip-hop rap kind of musical art that’s incredible; If ever there was a winning fusion of inspiration and creativity.
There’s complacency in the music, the lyrics are beautiful as well as the melody in the verses, and then brilliantly – when it gets to the chorus, the promised land itself, I think – everything becomes a little clearer. The fog settles in some ways, so you get this song that embraces alternative art and freedom with radio-worthy, crowd-pleasing lyrics. Really impressive.
The whole thing is great, the vocals add a beautiful power to the anthemic and hip hop feel of the whole thing. The storytelling is great, as are some of the rhymes – a really good range of clever wordplay and unexpected lyrical expressions. It’s a great lead vocal, a really strong-sounding voice with a confident and raw edge. All in all, this is a track you can rock out to and get lost in – bopping around until the weekend rolls around, or dancing the night away to get one last grip on the holidays. Really good vibes throughout.
“Al Pacino” is a similarly upbeat and beautiful hip-hop/rap track. Once again, perhaps even more so this time, those riffs are fantastic – all-encompassing and surpassing almost anything else the hip-hop world has come up with. Feel where this is. The music is a bit quieter at the start of this track, so you really soak in the soundscape – the distorted rhythm and that smooth-sounding solo part work really well together. But that’s not the case here, quite the opposite in fact – it’s awesome, and the vocals really take the front seat here, so you hear every great quality, every realness, every ounce of emotion and talent.