Wayne Dreadski Shines With ‘Da Candyman’
Wayne Dreadski’s ‘Da Candyman’ is fresh out of the box endorphin stuff. It’s music that defies expectations by combining various genres and hooks into one, resulting in a familiar yet novel experience.
The music starts strong with a guitar rhythm similar to something by Post Malone. When Wayne enters the mix, though, he sends the aura in a new direction. He is loud, and he grabs us and takes us on a journey right away. Wayne’s timbre is unlike anything else we’ve heard recently, and it’s what makes him stand out among his peers.
His lyrical direction is timely, and many will draw parallels between his experiences and their own. Furthermore, he discusses delusions and how he frequently meets people with the expectation that they will be different from how they turn out. The music has just as much impact as the vocals and lyrics. Furthermore, the drums have a DnB movement and a huge bite. In addition, the synth and guitar rhythms provide post-genre hip-hop with a new dimension.
Overall, Wayne Dreadski has a good understanding of the music industry. He understands that it will be challenging to break through the competition if he comes up with anything similar to others. So much so that he puts his intuition to work, and it’s fascinating to see the results.
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