The Korean trap rapper, who goes by name JayAllDay, got his first major push into the music scene through the internet cult classic “It G Ma.” My man comes back with a vengeance with another record entitled “Sirens,” which is, again, inspired by the sound of today and supported by his vocals– reminiscent of Father‘s nonchalant tone and cadence.
And if you haven’t heard of JayAllDay yet, he comes with a twist. The “It G Ma” trap banger was an unexpected people pleaser of a record, especially due to the fact that almost none of the song was recorded in English. The same goes for “Sirens.”
We’re at a unique stage in global Hip Hop where music and lifestyle isn’t confined by the all-too-common language barrier. We expect 2016 to be just as influential as this year, breaking stereotypes and making the unexpected the norm.
“It G Ma,” the smash hit that galvanized the Korean Hip Hop movement this year, might have been a lightening in a bottle but hey, sometimes lightening does strike twice.