Album Review: P.E.A.C.E – Dizzy Rambunctious

Angelic overtones which chant over a boisterous drive, introduces DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS‘ latest (almost instrumental) album, ‘P.E.A.C.E.’

The project continues on the hypnotic tip, before venturing into the realms of hip-hop/boom bap in tracks ‘Change’ and ‘Boomerang’; the New Jersey producer enlisted some guest vocalists to add extra spice to the mentioned records. Further along the line, eleventh joint ‘Evolucionar’ breaks the hypnotic trance thanks to its playful and uplifting Latin flair.

If you’re looking for that great escapism from the daily hustle and bustle, well this 13-track collection is definitely an option. Check it out below:

Must Listens: Trust, Change, Boomerang, Quiet Place, Alone.

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New Tracks: Quiet Place/Wait! – Dizzy Rambunctious

Following his heartfelt tribute to rapper XXXTentacion back in June, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS bounced right back with a two-track set, ‘Quiet Place/Wait!, boasting a downtempo, trip-hop vibe.

If this is your thing, check them out below:

Song of the Day: Yodeling Walmart Kid (Jersey Club Remix) – Dizzy Rambunctious

New Jersey producer DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS takes today’s hotspot with his pumping version of Mason Ramsey’s – aka The Walmart Kid – impressive performance at the store in Illinois, which took the internet by storm earlier this month.

No doubt, the remix will grab the net by storm too…check out both versions.

 

Album Review: Lightheaded II – Dizzy Rambunctious

For his latest project, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS braves it out and goes on a turbulent journey of dealing with a heartache from a relationship.

Starting off with melancholic tones, reflecting the first stages of a break-up, ‘Lightheaded II’ offers glimmer of light with an upbeat offering through ‘Heartbreak’, possessing the raciness of guitar plucks with along the EDM-ish drive.

With the tempo tuned down a notch or two, the second half of the album is free of the moody presence of the dense bassline and makes way for those carefree moments which is conveyed through a chirpy, modern take of boombap and a rather flirtatious jazz/soul combo (we’re talking Al Jarreau style).

Through ‘Lightheaded II’, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS shows no boundaries to his talents, taking on a Simply Red’s Classic ‘Holding Back The Years’, through track, ‘Holding On’. What I love about this album is that it tells a clear story with minimal words…check it out…

Must Listens: Broken Love, Depression, Brighter Days, Holding On, Just To Get By