“YULT” is the epitome of his dedication and unequaled resiliency, having been worked on for a year. A listener will unquestionably appreciate the fact that he did not give up on it because this 15-set collection is the best thing you’ll ever hear and that investment of 31 minutes and 31 seconds of your time is certain to reward you significantly with inundated joy, exhilarating experience, motivational energy, and an educated mind.
Joseph Greco layers each of these magnificent productions with his own flow that is bold, original, and authoritative, making each track resonate with fans of both old school and new school Hip Hop sounds. Greco’s voice, like if he were a magician, feels like an instrument in and of itself, employing falsetto in new and engaging ways. The lyrical topic is around joining a cult, and his gripping bars spoken with his dripping commanding voice are backed by synthesized drums, a booming bassline, and complex blends of various Hip Hop instruments to add to the unabashed tune’s cutting edge mystique.
The album delves on themes such as following leaders, cults, and the social engineering mindset, as evidenced by the title track ‘Yult’… “Stand up for the cult; we are better than just, we are better threats Hella bent folk want to get in make an entry.” He encourages other people to follow in his footsteps since they will benefit more. “Pollen” flaunts Greco offers an empowering sense as he breathes it with a tone of confidence and experience to create an electric environment as his velvety and deep flows slink through the rhythms with reckless defiance, backed up by sultry female vocals.
Everything on Joseph Greco’s new album is purposeful, thought-provoking, and forward-thinking in terms of encouraging love and positivity, as his fans have come to expect from him. Greco reminds us all of the interconnectedness of music, metaphorically revealing the worth of our oneness through a diverse spectrum of aesthetic hooks in both the music and lyrics that are intended for everyone to enjoy.
In a nutshell, “YULT” is a well-established album – extraordinarily varied, constructed like a great project from the dawn of hip hop, and led with the new sense of individuality that is Greco’s method of writing and playing. Take a seat, relax, and take it all in.
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