Showing posts with label CONFZ. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CONFZ. Show all posts

CONFZ - What's the Point (Video)

CONFZ returns with a video for his track "What's The Point?", which features the East London emcee pondering the point of loving over a somber Canis Major instrumental. The song was actually recorded a year ago and will not appear on his upcoming album, but is being released now due to director Oliver Whitehouse (who has a vision for it):
"Oliver heard the song and came up with the visual concept which compliments it," explains CONFZ. "The visuals give a very artistic feel to the song and the story is very easy to follow. This is actually the first video where i'm not rapping to the camera but conveying a story."

CONFZ - Lay Down

CONFZ returns for his first release of 2014, this time with a loosie that will not be featured on his upcoming album. The song is called "Lay Down" and features the London emcee kicking some rhymes over a spaced-out FVDED and Hekmah instrumental.

CONFZ - Grinding (featuring Aalvin)

"Grinding" is the latest track from London emcee CONFZ, who is joined this time around by New York soul singer, Aalvin. The song is produced by Bill Skeng and has a laid-back, but slightly ominous, feel to it as CONFZ deals with the struggle of grinding, whether legally or otherwise, and how people view those who grind. Dope shit.

CONFZ - Name and Number

East London emcee CONFZ returns with the first single from his upcoming original project which is set to drop in the next few months. The song is called "Name & Number" and has CONFZ rhyming in a slower, more mellow flow than his usual over an original production. The track also features harmonies from fellow up-and-comer Jamal Woon. Check it out below.

Confz - Underground Airplay (Remix)

About two weeks ago I posted the audio for the latest freestyle from East London emcee Confz, which featured Confz rapping over the instrumental for Joey Badass's "Underground Airplay." Today we get some visuals to accompany the freestyle. Very dope. Check it out below.

Confz - Underground Airplay (Remix)

London emcee Confz returns with a new freestyle over the instrumental for Joey Badass's "Underground Airplay."
"The track precedes some very interesting releases from the East Londoner that are on the horizon, including a collaborative EP with another up-and-coming UK rapper who has been getting a lot of props for his own debut EP recently, and an appearance on electronic producer Distinction's upcoming 'RVST' mixtape."

CONFZ - Breathe (Video)

CONFZ, a 20-year-old emcee from East London, returns with a visual for one of the stand out tracks from his free debut solo EP, "Conscience." The song is called "Breathe" and it's one of my favorites off the EP.
"The heartfelt track puts aside the dark side that is present in so many of CONFZ' tracks, and allows him to be introspective and vent some real emotion. The intentionally simplistic visual, directed by SK, perfectly matches the tempo and vibe of the FGM produced track that is quickly becoming a fan favourite."

Also remember to check out the full Conscience EP as well as follow CONFZ on Twitter.

CONFZ - Conscience (EP)

CONFZ is an up-and-coming rapper hailing from East London who dropped his dope "Morals Over Everything" mixtape in late 2012. His free debut solo EP, "Conscience", is available now and can be streamed or downloaded via the link below. The EP is full of deep, conscious lyrics over dark instrumentals. Check it.