Canadian producer RAH Sounds has released a really dope new single with support from a diverse range of talented artists. Toronto’s own Rochester (who also represents BLOCKTRADE), Joell Ortiz, Termanology and R-Mean.
HotNewHipHop featured the record earlier with high praise to what RAH brings to the table, and his ability to steal the show despite flawless performances from the artists on the song:
“Since this is RAH Sounds’ song, the beat better be at the forefront of the song, and thankfully that is the case. The production uses old-school boom-bap rhythms with the triumphant accompaniment of a booming horn section, encouraging each rapper to go their hardest, and that’s exactly what they do.”
Listen to “Real Sticky” here or stream it below.
Coincidentally, we received a press release for this exact song while I was compiling this post. This isn’t officially part of R-Mean’s #MeanMondays series, but he might be using the timing of his appearance on RAH’s single to reboot the series:
“‘Real Sticky’ fuses boom bap with new school elements, laying solid ground for the diverse styles of each artist’s lyrical talents. Listen as each artist raps about their personal struggles in life and in the industry. The lyrics underscore how sticky each of the artist’s paths have been personally and professionally, showing listeners that the challenges they each faced weren’t unique to their cities.”
“Real Sticky” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day.
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