The EP opens with Adrenaline, which production wise is on a bit of a Roots Manuva or Part 2 production vibe in that it is heavily influenced with reggae rhythms and makes use of many electronic sounds. For someone who has been rhyming for so long the Freestyle Master has a very soft / gentle voice which takes some getting used to, especially when this delivery is not what you would expect from a track called Adrenaline. Still I love the accent and this is what we need more of. More diversity of sound and timbre to widen horizons, rather than the same ol, same ol.
Next up is The Realm, which has received airplay on Disorda's Suspect Packages radio show on Itch FM. This one features the vocal talents of Gamma and has a heavier sound overall. Musically the beat is less complicated, break based and more straight up. The final vocal track on side A is Isolation, a deep thoughtful track in which the Freestyle displays how he can explore topics over Steg's beat which makes use of female sighs and echoed piano notes. Considering this tracks age it sounds surprisingly fresh now.
The B side opens with Dynamics a percussion
heavy track that also makes use of acid type TR303 type basslines. For this the
Freestyle Master uses a very simplistic old skool flow with no trickyness
whatsoever, but it fits the track. The final vocal track before the EP is
rounded up with the remaining instrumentals is Deepest Mystery in which the
Freestyle asks the eternal questions like where do we come from and why are we
here? This no fluffy subject matter. The beat too is nice with the utilisation
of sampled guitars and bells to create a futuristic vibe suitable for the