Review: Path P - 'Feel It'

Review: Path P - 'Feel It'

Review: Path P - 'Feel It'

By / Reviews / Friday, 20 March 2020 10:32

CoVid-19 can trap people in their hopes but they can not trap the hope within PATH P. With today's release of 'Feel It' the New York City native switches out the thought-provoking parables and tight lyrical potency for a lighter approach and more empathic appeal. Not only, being a new release, but this track is also an expression of a new path for PATH in that is was written, produced, recorded and mixed by the rapper himself.

Listen to 'Feel It' below!

'Feel It' is as ambitious as it is humble, as raw as it is polished and as worldly as it is intimate and private. Within the context of PATH's previous releases, this track could present an air of capriciousness. As a single, while it does carry over from some older projects, it is an abrupt departure from knife-edge sharp lyrics and unrelenting bombardments of carefully constructed rapping cadences hyped ad-libs that some may expect.

That is, in fact, part of what lends PATH such wide berth with this offering.

While some may listen with scepticism, others are treated to a presentation of pure uncompromised hope born of confidence in vulnerability that laughs in the face of these desperate times. 'Feel It' is a carefree listen that could provide some with a much-needed respite from their woes.

Stream PATH P's latest album Revolution & Legacy, Vol. II: The Legacy, on Spotify.

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Russell Miller

Russell Miller

Russell Miller is the front-of-house/monitor engineer for Red Gate Sound & contributes reviews and an occasional snarky op-ed here at UNDERGROUND PRESS. If the music has a strong melody, a drive, or ambition chances are that it’ll have my attention. Knowledge. Follow Russell on Twitter and InstagramCheck out his tunes at SoundCloud

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