Rising Ontario space rapper Seko is able to make a reputation for himself with “Bounce Child,” his first official launch below Canadian indie label Nyce Sound Productions.
The MC actually is aware of make an entrance: his charismatic, heavy-hitting stream is straight away attention-grabbing. The observe’s speaker-shaking beat, helmed by Toronto’s T-Nyce—who’s produced for Saweetie, Cardi B, and most not too long ago, native rapper Tia Financial institution$—is undeniably entrancing.
Seko’s voice “has been in contrast to the late nice Christopher Wallace also called B.I.G.,” in keeping with a press launch. The parallels aren’t instantly apparent on this observe, however his supply does have a Biggie-esque heft and ’90s New York swagger to it, so we’ll give him that.
“Once I wrote Bounce Child all I might take into consideration was if an HBCU band was to play it how wouldn’t it really feel so I took that and a whole lot of issues I used to be going via and made it into an anthem that individuals can get up and really feel like champions to,” Seko tells Complicated Canada.
Alongside his new single, Seko has launched an accompanying music video, options an brisk efficiency from the Ontario rapper and dynamic visible results.
Via themes of damage and persistence, Seko makes use of his storytelling expertise to carry listeners into his world. Regardless of being in the nascent phases on his careers, he’s spent 10 years rapping, writing and freestyling, permitting him to grasp his craft. He takes an trustworthy strategy to music, confessing all his fears and aspirations on the observe to provide us a greater understanding of his actuality.
Take a look at the video for “Bounce Child” above.