Yakki Divioshi, Issa and Coca Vango – Best Kept Secrets Review

This is a good advertising mixtape for all the featured artists to help get thier names up, but there is nothing in this that shows that they should be in the mainstream’s eye. While the trio can make perfectly reasonable generic music, it doesn’t do anything to make it personal ot them and make it thier own.

The production is good for what the main artists want to rap about, but there is nothing to make it stand out from the rest of the beats that are out in the world and only helps the tracks seem more average rather than excellent. Some more attempts at something out of thier comfort zone may create some more interesting results.

The lyricism is not above average and may even be considered below average. While they each have some good delivery and performance giving ability, there is nothing very complex about what it is that they are rapping about. With some more creativity thrown in, this may have been a much more well recieved track list.

It is a good choice to have no features are not to force songs where all three of them are putting in verses. THis way, the songs at least become cohesive instead of jarring and out of place. This is one of the best things about this mixtape.

Overall, this is an average mixtape but is a good way to get the main artists more recognition. If they want to get higher on the rap ladder, they need to try making songs that are more universal and apply to the more average man, rather than just to people who have experianced exactly the same as them.

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