Gilead7 is a breath snatching, jaw dropping, eye popping musical phenomenon that is destine to dazzle fans world wide with some of the most exceptionally refreshing music that fans everywhere need to hear. Fans who haven’t heard Gilead7’s music need to indulge in some heavy preparation to prepare for its intensity. The Darkroom is an explosive album that serves up one of the most appetizing buffets ever imaginable. With tracks like “Star”, “El Train”, and “Overtime” this album is surely a sure shot fan favorite, and pending classic.
Featuring special, vocally talented guests such as Listener of Mush Records, Lord 360, Malakh (of Chicago collective Black Dawn), and Even G this album shines with increased glitter. Production features some of the best in Thalone Davis, Maker (of Galapagos4), 5th Element (Wu-Tang/All Natural), Dr. Strangelove and more. The Darkroom is the corner piece to any intelligent conversation regarding the newest, freshest, most exciting hip hop music fans must hear. Each and every single guest appearance contributes positively to the overall DNA of the album. There are no disappointments in terms of talent and performance.
Gilead7 is muscular on the microphone coming live with pure intensity and passion. It’s rare that the level of passion personified can be matched by anyone. Gilead7 commands listeners to pay close attention to each word, line, and rhyme delivered. Gilead7 has an exceptional talent for keeping fans interested and entertained. There are never any dull moments in any of the tracks featured on The Darkroom. The Darkroom is comprised of some of the best songs yet to surface this year. Tracks like “El Train”, “Evil Laughter” and “Overtime” truly reflect the intense talent that Gilead7 demonstrates. It’s overly obvious that Gilead7 has come along way from recording underground basement tapes.
Gilead7 creates rhymes that are meaningful as well as entertaining. Words are not just being slung into the microphone, but are carefully crafted with meaning that captures the minds of fans. Fans enjoy music on a whole other level when they can relate to the words and meaning inside a song. Tracks like “Art Institute”, “The Message”, and “Black Hole” really enlighten fans.
The best songs featured on The Darkroom include “Star”, “El Train”, “Evil Laughter”, and “Overtime”. The rest of the songs featured on the album are close in terms of heat. There are no weak or dull tracks featured on the album. The sound quality and production is top notch on every track.
Gilead7 is making noise and fans need to listen. The Darkroom is mandatory listening. Any fan that sleeps on this album should hold their head in shame for sleeping on one of the best, most interesting albums put out thus far this year by one of the most talented artists fans need to pay attention to.
‘Rules Of Darkroom’
‘Star’ Ft. Listener
‘Fly On The Wall’
‘Lonely’ Produced by 5th Element (Wu-Tang)
‘Festival Of Sacrilege’
‘A Break (That Guitar Track Minus My Singing)’
‘The Message’ Produced by Dr. Strangelove & Wytfang (Undali)
‘Overtime’ Ft. Lord 360. Produced by Maker
‘Black Hole’ Ft. Malakh
‘Flower Child-Neo Hippie’
‘The Devil Worshipper’
‘Solinari’ Ft. Evan G