“Big Screen” by Jace Metz brings music fans creatively free and remarkably hip-hop. His soundscape is steeped in hip-hop and rap sounds. The instrumentals he delivers meander in a way that feels like a freestyle. The sound has a certain realness, giving it a level of personality and grit not often found on fully polished and compressed hip-hop tracks.
With a few minutes of release, a surprisingly radio-ready time frame, and a clean professional finish to match, “Big Screen” feels much longer and more epic than its elements should allow. The soundtrack build alone showcases the producer’s creative direction in an intense and addictive way, offering absolute freedom of musical composition and unstoppable force that is an incredibly satisfying build. Above or below this, the original sound of the artist – the unexpected passion and character of the song, the performance of the lead vocalist, and indeed every performance involved in making it what it is – is present.
A prominent synth riff plays along the beat, with the simple yet haunting atmosphere of any standout and somewhat dark hip-hop release. It’s a strong choice to portray the track’s musicality, something familiar about it, in keeping with much modern hip-hop, without veering into some production direction that tries to sound overly creative or unique. A prominent synth riff plays along the beat with a notable simple yet haunting atmosphere and a slightly dark hip-hop release. It’s a strong choice to portray the musicality of the track, something familiar about it, in keeping with much of modern hip-hop, without going in any production direction that tries to sound too creative or unique.
The second you hear the opening vocals that drive the song forward, you know it’s something fresh, and distinctive. It has a strong identity and once you get involved, you follow the storyline and you start to familiarize yourself with that hook and the underlying message of the song. The second you hear the opening vocals that lead the song forward, you know it’s something fresh and special. It has a strong identity and once you get hooked, you follow the storyline and start to get used to the hook and the underlying message of the song. Jace Metz’s Big Screen is a creative song and worth listening to listen.