Artist Review: Change – “Off The Top” EP

Review by: Justyn Brodsky

The Hip Hop game has some serious competition with Change‘s newest EP Off The Top buzzing the streets, and for good reason.

First off, this is an authentic album. We have a versatile artist from Alabama with witty lyrical techniques, charismatic mic skills and a knack for singing his own hooks with great melody placement. Those musicianship factors alone put Change on another level altogether.

Also, Change just might be the perfect name for this artist, as Off The Top is easily a positive change for Rap and a worthy contribution to the genre in its entirety. It’s a record that brings us back to an era of Hip Hop when quality hooks and effective punchlines were high on the priority list, and genuinely kept you interested. Change on this EP not only brings all of that back, but adds on the perfect modernizations to make his style completely relevant and innovative to today’s more mainstream Hip Hop with that memorable underground feel.

Each song resonates with each other, and shows different atmospheric angles to Change‘s rhyming techniques and lyrical content. You never hear the same song twice, but you can still tell it’s coming from the same artist. His skills with words are very multifaceted and multilayered; allowing every listener to channel in and connect with Change through each song through his signature stylization. His sound encompasses his own flavor, and that’s what makes Off The Top the gem that it really is.

If you’re looking for the perfect collection of tracks that showcase a Hip Hop artist’s authenticity and artistic merit, then Off The Top will be at the top of your favorites. Change just might be the perfect change to Hip Hop that we need, and this record demonstrates it directly. The EP is currently available on all digital music retailers and streaming platforms. You’ll be glad we recommended it.

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