Marlo London’s new album, “My Name is London”, showcases the artist’s unique lyrics, atmospheric production, and captivating songwriting.
“Intro” draws the listener into the artist’s distinctive style. In this first track, Marlo London blurs the lines between trap, soul, and hip-hop. He blends 808 drums with an R&B inspired rap flow that is impossible not to fall in love with on the very first listen.
One of the most impressive songs in the album is “Wildstyle”. In this track, Marlo London dives into a lyrical composition that is catchy and distinctive. The artist’s performance “Wildstyle” recalls the likes Biggie Smalls, Tupac, and Jay-Z, to mention but a few legendary rap artists. Interestingly, Marlo London bridges the divide between old-school hip-hop and contemporary trap. His lyrics are reminiscent of classic rap, yet the production and composition are decidedly contemporary.
“I Don’t Wanna Be” stands out in the album because of its crisp and balanced production aesthetic. In this track, the artist combines electronic elements and an engaging vocal performance. One of the best parts of this song is the repetition of “I Don’t Wanna Be”, which develops a deeper meaning as the song goes on.
Check out Marlo London’s dynamic and energizing album, “My Name is London” at the link below!