Acceptance by IreQ Savage: Review
Gangsta Rap, over some lofi beats. Such is the tale of Ireq Savage’s melodious ‘Acceptance’. Do you know what’s art? How this song starts off. Man feels like IreQ did a Ph.D. on how to make an impression. His rapping flow is so raw and unique. It’s also a bit aggressive, and somehow it blends perfectly with such a beautiful beat sequence. IreQ you’re an absolute savage on the mic, and it’s evident from your awesome name. Keep up the amazing work my dude!
IreQ Savage refers to his recording hub, as the battleground when it’s also where he sleeps. Unique huh? Well, such a talented artist like him, I’m sure he dreams of the perfect lyrics he spits out. Fantastic! I truly enjoyed his song ‘Acceptance’ mostly because it’s real, he talks about real feelings, the real stuff, and just plain reality. No sugar coating. IreQ’s voice and hip hop style remind me a bit of the late Earl Simmons AKA DMX, and a bit of Lil Wayne too.
Acceptance is nearly 2 and a half minutes, and it’s the type of music you want to remember. Also, I wish I had a Cadillac, or one of those low-rider cars, cause then I’d blast this song on full volume and feel like a true king. IreQ is a very talented individual who expresses his music in a righteous way too. The instruments in the song consist of percussions, and a bit of keyboard too. Just enough to get the mood going!
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Review by: Damen Reid