Montreal rapper Chef Rambo channels his inner rager with “Bathing Ape”. A multitude of feelings enters the atmosphere once the song begins. Between the feeling of intemperance and the merciless head bopping that came with the soundtrack, it isn’t hard to tell that once you’re in, you can’t get out. —— The construction of this soundtrack in particular is impressive.
The usually lyrically inclined artist took a stroll out of his comfort zone to amend all of his capabilities. Artists are often insubstantial and vacillate towards their products. — A similar situation to when Drake released “Honestly, never mind” earlier this year, the superstar explored his comfort zone and found what takes effect for his following. Chef is learning the same and has us “moshing” in the process!
Rambo wasn’t always so lyrically inclined —— He began to inscribe rap lyrics at the age of just 9 years old. The Montreal native eventually decided to apprehend music as a serious occupation. Just months after it’s ubiquitous release, his second studio album “Not your local rapper” is already a certified classic and he’s followed up with an even more impressive drop-off. Bathing Ape welcomes innumerable amounts of flows, wordplay, rhythms, and more.
The state of musical production is in complete disarray with an overwhelming amount of clones, wannabe’s, and people who worry more about judgment than the actual craft at hand. Chef Rambo is a one-of-a-kind artist with the rare ability to bring entertainment to any category of music and anywhere.
I have a vigorous premonition that this young artist will enact a triumphant takeover in the near future. We look forward to following Chef’s prosperous journey through the rap industry. — Stream “Bathing Ape” now!