Memphis, Tennesse-based artist Son.Person has released an interesting pop track with his latest release Deuces. Deuces is a summertime indie hip-hop R&B song with swag. Deuces is a follow-up to the stirring and enticing last release Loved U More. He has his roots in the school of rock which translates to contagious songwriting. Son.Person teams up with fellow Memphis singer-songwriter Jack Trillmore on the bridge rap verse which is gripping.
The song begins with some really tasty funky guitar comping and Son.Person’s vocal is backed by robotic vocal doubling. We also get to hear some intricate keys and synths. The song’s lyrical flow has some nice moments especially when they mention hate groups hating more and waging wars. It is a nice slow-grooving song you can vibe to. The song combines hip-hop with an indie rock ethos. The chord changes on the main guitar riff bring a jazzy touch as well to the song. The vocal flip flop among the vocalists presents us with an engaging track which raises the bar in the genre for more experimentation.
The song has a savory musical canvass with reflective lyricism. The production on the song is top notch . Son.Person brings subtlety with rhythm and beauty in his compositional style. Subjects from the societal status quo, existentialism, and everything in between are covered in this song with frivolous energy. The rap section is incendiary and provides thematic contrast to the sung verses. Son.Person’s Deuces is a neat and nifty alternative hip-hop song with poetic expression.
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