WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM RYUKAN – AIN’T A RAPPER
After two years of eager anticipation, the UK music scene welcomes Ryukan with open arms as he makes an unforgettable entry with his debut single, ‘Ain’t A Rapper’. This release showcases not only the rapper’s great flow but also the quality and aesthetics of its accompanying music video.
Ryukan effortlessly combines a pulsating UK hip-hop beat with hard-hitting bars for an impressive effect. Moreover, his flow ensures that each line echoes in the listener’s mind for hours after its end.
The artist takes us on a journey through his real-life experiences, delving into the constant misidentifications he faces, often being mistaken for famous footballers or other rappers.
What truly sets ‘Ain’t A Rapper’ apart is the accompanying music video’s quality and aesthetics. The visuals set a new standard for music videos in the UK rap scene, especially for a debut single. Each frame and lighting is filmed to complement the track’s energy and narrative.
Ryukan’s journey into music is as diverse as his sound. With Caribbean roots and a musical upbringing rooted in reggae, slow jams, rare groove, and R&B, he brings a unique blend of influences to the music scene. His evolution from a passionate hobbyist to a true artist is a story of dedication and creativity. The recording studio he established in Lewisham served as a transformative space for him to refine his skills and ultimately embrace a music career. Ryukan’s influences, including Jay-Z, Young Dolph, Lil Baby, among others, have shaped his distinctive style.
Don’t miss out on this exciting artist and his groundbreaking debut – your ears and eyes are in for a treat.