Album: V by Tre$o

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In a world filled with many, many….many places to get music from, you rarely find the ‘going back to roots’ kind of music…especially if it’s done with a modern twist…

All the way from Atlanta, USA comes a very strong contender…and he doesn’t come lightly, he comes with his fifth album “V” and an impressive track list of 23 songs!

Tre$o starts the album out with “run it up”…an ambient trap track with an edgy start and acts as an excellent ‘foot in the door’ for the rest of the album. Tre$o starts out on a high note…only to follow it up with “Heavy”…it’s…it’s really hard to put in a category…but if I were to let my imagination run wild, I’d say it’s a cyberpunk-ish, ambient, cinematic trap/hip-hop song that punches really hard…

“Vantage” is the third track and once again, Tre$o hits hard with his lyrics and with his hard beats…

…if you noticed the album name, it’s “V” and it has a couple of meanings behind it…

Firstly, it’s Tre$o’s fifth album to be released…

Secondly, 555 is the number of changes…and this is what he aims to do, change the game up…

…and he does make his own mark on the genre, bringing his own character out to his audiences…

Going further into the album, “Hellboy” is one of the heaviest songs on the album, sonically, it’s like if there is rock and heavy rock…this would be hip-hop and heavy hip-hop.

“Fuck Depression” has a very sensitive topic, lyrically it’s something anyone could relate to…not to mention the synth arpeggios playing in the background, it sounds very unique and very full.

“Ego Death” is one of the more smooth and one of songs that has a more ambient feel to it…it’s on the relaxing side of the spectrum…

….sometimes Tre$o goes back to the roots and gives us something like “swag tunes!”…it’s more akin to old-school hip-hop, definitely a banger.

 

…..other times he goes and makes something like “Celestica” a super modern-sounding ambient trap song with some excellent pop culture references…Tre$o flows amazingly here…

I absolutely enjoyed “Climb” because it feels like a song made for the big screen…it has superhero vibes…something like “Sunflower” for Spiderman…it’s very specific, but you’ll see what I mean once you click the play button.

Tre$o mixes it up several times in the album, with different beats and different soundscapes he manages to keep us going further and deeper into his fifth and latest album “V”…which is actually not an easy feat to accomplish.

Tre$o ends his album with “Vetements flow”…and it feels like he combined all of his unique elements and all of his musical and lyrical prowess and he put it into this last track…

…if you thought he started on a high note, then you gotta check “Vetements flow” out right now.

Tre$o, you’re changing the game and that’s very challenging but you make it seem just smooth…

We wish you all the best in life and can’t wait to hear what you cook up next.

Cheers!



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Born in the 80s, attracted by the beats and feeds on music, the "Hamza Sharkas" is a musical-carnivore that uses guitars, piano and drums as his weapons of choice in hunting down and composing music, mainly for short movies, solo work and his other musical projects. The "Sharkas" also records, mixes and masters music. One of the goals of the "Sharkas" is to spread musical knowledge and music technology education as much as possible through workshops and online articles. Beware the "Sharkas"....for he won't shut up about music and will go on and on and on and on….

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