Kuala Lumpur’s freshest rising star, Aidan Iman introduces himself to the music scene with his catchy hip-hop single, “I Am Too Lit Lit.” Influenced by the likes of Joey Bada$$, 21 Savage, and Denzel Curry, Iman brings the unique blend of his new experimentation with hip-hop flavors using synth waves gently flowing across the bass line with a choppy release.
“I Am Too Lit Lit” serves as an excellent introduction to Iman’s solo rap career after his stint as a hip-hop YouTube producer. The track reflects his grit and confidence in his effortlessly smooth rapping style. The way his words spit over the minimalistic but sly synth waves, echoing a spacey vibe to the overall atmosphere. Meanwhile, the EDM beats drop hard on the floor. You can chill to it, and you can dance to it. You can listen to it as you work. Similarly, you can listen to it as you plan on getting back on your feet.
Aidan’s thin voice delivers poignantly to the vigor and resilience he highlights with his lines: “I have been rapping since I was six six/ I have been trapping since I was sticks sticks/ I have been stacking since I was dissed dissed.” With further lines like “Can’t put me down ’cause I am too lit lit” and “I ain’t been stopping not for a minute” the track exudes the customary confidence and resilience often found in hip-hop music.
The way Aidan approaches life with a no-nonsense attitude is definitely very attuned to the hip-hop genre. So let’s experience hip-hop differently with fresh ears and Aidan Iman’s debut single, “I Am Too Lit Lit.”