The Established Living is pleased to once again present the diverse sounds of New upcoming UK recording Artist “Kieron Boothe”, who is tipped in our eyes to do big things, and we are once again supporting his movement.
“Kieron Boothe” is releasing his new CD entitled “Still Life” which is a 11 track disc which features production and songs from in house artists, such as Aaron London, Amanda Mellid, Daniel Agyeman. The CD is a strong mark as the list of features are small which means Kieron Boothe is showing everyone how powerful his sound is and the fact that he has made his music appealing to audiences and keeping it in real in his lane at the same time.
Kieron Boothe has wordplay, strong flow, good diverse beat selection and metaphors which stand out, also it seems Mr Boothe doesn’t mind experimenting with his music and seeing what sound can be created.
Listed are the strong tracks in the eyes of The Established Living:
*Still Life*: What a strong way to kick off the CD, the XX “intro” is one of the most powerful instrumentals and from listening to this, you can feel the passion Kieron Boothe has in this, delivering as always some strong punchlines which complement each other and work nicely, this is a great way to start off a CD and warm up the listeners for the rest of the tracks.
*Mistakes* Ft (Amanda Mellid): Prod By Aaron London: This tune shows how diverse Kieron Boothe and his team can go. The production is so on point from Aaron London, and the way Kieron Boothe and Amanda Mellid all come together to boost the chorus and make it extra powerful, this tune is like a “Marvins Room”, simply because the message is felt and Kieron Boothe and the team delivers in a nice well structured way.
*Blue Sky *(Prod By No ID): This song presents the lyrical side of Kieron Boothe, no chorus no hook, just presenting the skill and talent that he has, the metaphors and punchlines deserve a strong listen with your headphones pumped up to the max, one for all the rap fans who actually take time to take all the skill in, thumbs up.
Butterflies ( Prod By Aaron London): Like Blue Sky, this song is structed with punchlines, metaphors and strong statements, the track is short and sweet but the powerful lines and wordplay that are featured in the duration on 1 min 57 secs will surprise you as Kieron Boothe done a good job on this one.
*New Day*Ft (Amanda Melid):Prod By Aaron London : One of Kieron Boothe’s all time best tune, the Tinie Tempah/Dappy/ Wretch 32 essence is present, this is because the strong lyrics which stay on topic of the songs message which is a skill Kieron Boothe has, metaphors which stand out and react in a way of amazement. Props to Amanda Mellid on her job of the chorus, her nice vocals blend well with the Aaron London production which all together makes this song worth listening.
Other tunes to check out from the CD:
“Oh No”, “Awkward” this two songs show the expiremental side of Kieron Boothe, both songs show good vibes and are worth listening. “Gold Dust” is a song that is also a strong anthem, guaranteed to rock out and bounce your head, Kieron Boothe’s flow on this one is crazy, that “Tinie Tempah” vibe in full essence. “Dead End” which is a previous hit from “Master Shortie” is also a well done and thoughout song to listen to, “The Notebook” deserves a listen, the song has a message and once again shows the diverse sound Kieron Boothe has. Listening to the tune you can feel that rock vibe, deep real story telling music, good job here also.
“Rainbow” ft Daniel Agyeman is a great way to end this project, the tune features the powerful chorus from “Pot Of Gold” Daniel Agyeman adds soul to it and a nice melon feeling which gives this tune a real vibe, Aaron London done a super job on the production, that hip hop vibe in essence, headbopping music at its finest. Kieron Boothe delivers statement metaphors and lyrics that rap up this CD in a effective way, too much memorable metaphors in one disc, good thoughout job here.
The Established Living Stamp of Approval: 8/10
One To watch, real music, real Talent
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