Just before the EP, Vector and Masterkraft bless us with a new record titled “Eyan Colgate” featuring International DJ Neptune.
A project that’s an intersection of two giants is worthy of being called Cross Roads. MASTAA has proven yet again that he is the craft of music and Vector brought lyrics, wordplay and rap like it has never been heard before. This EP is the redefinition of rap in the African music landscape or perhaps the real definition of rhythm and poetry.
This EP is a journey into something new , eclectic, rhythmic , and refreshingly different. Using a mix of English, Yoruba and pidgin, and a medley of sounds deliberately arranged to stun and delight at the same time, Vector and MASTAA introduce us to a tune that adopts signature from all kinds of African sound, fused it nicely with the rhythm and pace that’s unique to rap and created a revolution – Rapfrobeat. The new sub-genre will definitely open the doors to a new wave of music and musicians.
This body of work will entertain you, it’ll cause you to reflect, make your face blossom into a smile because the joy flowing through your ears will be too much to contain. Of course you’ll bop your head and if you let yourself go your feet will move to the rhythm of a sound that can only be described as distinct. This body of work is a deviation from the norm designed to captivate the sense. If rebellion was music, this would be it.