Hip-Hop Hump-Day #7 | Seth Sentry – Nobody Like Me

It feels like a long time ago that we first heard of Seth Sentry. The Waitress Song was released in 2008. Bloody hell. Since then he has released a damn impressive début album, This Was Tomorrow and now, finally, the follow-up, Strange New Past, has dropped.

This is not the same Seth Sentry of 7 years ago. Not only has he matured (in some ways. He stills plays video games), but his production and lyrics have progressed to being a lot more personal and a little darker. Don’t worry, this is still the Seth we know and love, with a sense of cheek and playfulness, but he’s not afraid to reveal a little bit more of himself this time around.

The wonder of hip-hop is the ability to express yourself having the opportunity to fit as many words as you can in one track. Hip-hop allows you to elaborate, to allow you to express yourself in more than just a verse or 2. I am not sure what the inspiration for this tune is, but damn if it isn’t a good beat exhibiting Sentry’s excellent flow. He has mentioned that this track gave him a chance to ‘flex’ his rapping muscle a little more and I think you’d agree that maybe he should flex it a bit more.

Check out the latest from Seth Sentry and enjoy this #HipHopHumpDay track from the man’s brand new album.

PS – He has sweet lyric videos up for every song on his album. Such a great idea!

3 years ago

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