Propaganda by Waynewood

Waynewood has such a mellow, laid back lull in his vocal. It’s dark, both lyrically and emotionally. I compare this to NF, although not as a rapper, but in a similar sense of pain and aggressive challenge the artist is promoting in his lyrics. The pace and instrumentation playoff this lyrical depth of anti-establishmentism and self-aggression. There is a sense of loss, loneliness; it just feels like your being swallowed up in a riptide and pulled along this wave with the artist. Propaganda really plays off a few vocal hooks that are really, really strong. The melody grabs and doesn’t really let go.

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