this 6-cut one is not a bad hip-hop/rap release at all though the
artist has not pretended to manage a frantic rush into one's
subliminal layers to get horrendous memories and inferior topics out
of it. It involves such topics as pain after one's personal losses,
and how to cope with your limited personality within this even more
limited world. The world which provides no possibilities for true
heroes anymore. Almost everything is dead, all is artificial and bent
to nothing. However, such decayed world provides premises for further
heroes in the future. Given that let's accept the recent situation.
Who am I kidding? Trump is as fake as used to be his opponents.
Together they are providing a senseless performance while speaking
about a post truth society. The question of mine is what was before
it? A thoroughly truthful society, isn't? There have been some
truthful heroes around us like Morrissey, and Mark E. Smith. The
aforementioned topics are backed up by simple yet cute, slowed-down
electronic sounds and quite tenuous cadences. The release is a part
of the discography of Fake Four Inc.