Wired on Life by Trady: Review
On today’s UK hip hop charts, tune into Trady’s Wired on Life – a cleverly written and rap ballad with a minimalist beat.
The rapper slash songwriter wrote this piece as part of an album that stopped halfway after a tough breakup. And when friends pushed him to finish it up and put out his music, it became a bipolar expression of cathartic emotions. And so, as you can imagine, Wired on Life was channeled with fury and pride about being ahead in life. It is a deftly-produced song that invigorates the listeners as their mind syncs to the brisk beat. Trady raps his lyrical creation, drawing inspiration from Eminem’s rage and attitude. And before you realize it, you feel frantic yet lively, because there is a riotous buildup as the lyric proceeds.
The song provides an ascending interest to listeners with its wonderful nuance and a feeling of intrigue for the world around them. If you have had the time to explore more of Trady’s music, you will notice a solid visionary. Some of the other songs from the same album have more diversity in tempo and the use of versatile music than others. As if to convey, that the rapper has been through the highs and lows of life and the only way to deal with it was through musical release. Feeling like you’ve found your Emcee inspiration in this coming-of-age artist? Be sure to check his entire album out on Soundcloud for an enhanced sonorous experience.
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Photo credits: Trady
Review by: Audrey Castel