What do you wish to experience? In all honesty, ask yourself that question, and if the answer is something close to profound, astonishing, melodically inviting, and motivating music, then suffer no longer, because ReaLifeTae has heard your cries and responded in spectacular fashion, with an album for the ages titled “111,” an 11-song inspirational project that impeccably resonates and reflects his musical artistry.
As an independent and self-funder of his music, the “111” album demonstrates his desire to master his profession as well as a voice for motivating his listeners to overcome their obstacles. The majority of the songs on the album highlight ReaLifeTae’s hip-hop artistry, as evidenced by the beats and his rhyming technique.
“Invite Only” is the opening track that masterfully demonstrates his lyrical dexterity and adeptness by shifting his vocal tones, attacking the chorus with a calm assuredness and catchy and rhythmic vigor, and transitioning with zestful technicality pouncing on the shimmering beats with his heavy bars, his flows distinguishing itself in dramatic fashion with the appealing combination of rapping and vibing and the alluring moments of syncopation that dazzle
‘Nitty Gritty(Tap In)’ is the kind of song that makes you feel like you need to get to work, and ReaLifeTae pumped up the motivation by displaying his skill set with a decorated flair and immense musicianship, giving this harmonious tune a clear cut vintage aura that has been layered with just the right amount of modern swing to provide it with the charm that will entice the masses who won’t get enough of its captivating palpitation.
“Made It Out” is a brief emotive real-life word scenario in which ReaLifeTae takes you through his life and music industry challenges and how he came up. The recurring rhythmic motif of “I used to pray to make it out…” drives the energy and emphasis of this contemplative piece, reminding us that we must get up and continue on despite the setbacks we may face on our various journeys.
One of the most intriguing aspects of “111” is that he uses changing tempos to match the message he is attempting to convey. Each song’s varying tempo plays an important role in evoking strong emotions in the listener since it allows for a wide range of people to relate to the message being conveyed. “Invite Only,” “Nitty Gritty,” “Manifested Destiny,” “NSFW 21,” and “Made it Out” are among the album’s slower tracks. They elicit a sense of drudgery that inspires people to strive for excellence. ReaLifeTae’s tranquil voice coding may be heard in the beats of the listed tracks, so those who appreciate slow music will enjoy them.
“For perfection, you have to fail a thousand before you actually comprehend a lesson” is among the major lesson that ReaLifeTae advises his audience in “Propelled to Prosper,” expressing his resolve to inspire his listeners to persevere through hardships if they want to be successful.
All of the other songs on this album have a life of their own, are extremely detailed, and will miraculously construct a realistic picture for the listener of whatever emotions he is attempting to convey. All of these captivating themes are supported by his sophisticated wordplay, clever metaphors, and powerful punchlines. This pioneering album has confirmed his unquestionable claim of pushing the Hip Hop genre to the next level by presenting a distinct style with his blend of real-life issues, natural mysticism, and a stylish soundscape. The king has arrived!
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