New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer is back with a new rocking album, 'Dirty Lil' Communications' that is already making the virtual musical community go crazy with critical appreciation. Pete Atkinson aka Fabp is a hip-hop and dancehall inspired rap artist who crafts music that not only sounds good but also has a reason to deliver to the world. Composing musical creations for years now, Fabp has gained immense knowledge and experience that improves and enhances his creations with every work. With this new album, he has worked with many new instrumental sounds that when incorporated has eventually improved the track quality and listener's experience both at the same time.
This new album comprises of eleven of the most promising gems from his invaluable collection of songs. 'I'm Crying Tears,' kickstarts the beginning of this album that showcases his capability and also establishes his reason to choose his career in this passionate field. With a light soulful instrumental backdrop and heavy rapping section, this song is one of the best mastered single that prepares the stage and the audience into an ambiance of magical chords and rhythmic melodies. Surrounded by his inevitable presence, Fabp, mouths the words in a perfectly synchronized tune that leaves the listener engaged and waiting for more.
Audio Listening Link: http://x-caladepromotionz.bandcamp.com/album/dirty-lil-communications-fabp-aka-fabpz-the-freelancer
The moment when the first song ends, the next group of songs, 'No No Way,' 'Greatest Artist', 'It's Raining' and 'Woman You Fresh' 18,' slides in slowly and gradually through the already set background. The musical arrangement is soft yet gripping which does keep one's mood uplifted and interested throughout the album. The lyrics of these songs are well-structured and bear a smooth flow which makes it easy to follow the songs one after the other. The songs collectively weave a tiny little story of pursuit which keeps revolving around the album and again comes back in a new silhouette with the next track.
The next couple of songs in the album like 'Money Gees,' 'Lonestar Badboi,' 'Pretty Blonde Girl' and 'Big Tune Bombing,' lessens the mystic grip on the ambiance and gives a better, relaxed feel with its well-textured and appropriate raps. Jovial and catchy, the words are simple and relatable to anyone who cares to listen once. Recorded and produced under his own production banner, X-Calade Promotionz, the sound and audio quality of the album is amazingly high, just like his previous works. Almost
no digital effects on the song restore the originality and texture of the album.
The finale of the album is marked by two successive tracks, 'Up After Christmas,' and ' Wonderful Leader' that, though comes as two individual play, but blends well together and seems to flow into the other through the same threaded line of Fabp's craftsmanship. A genuine artist in every sense, Fabp has amazingly worked on listing the songs one after the other perfectly. The album as a whole is a treat on the platter and doesn't need any extra spicy flavor to enhance its taste. Overall, a great album with extremely sensitive songs and some immense hard work on the show.