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Zams Feat Zed Koen - Single/Video Review: New Money

05 Dec 2018 // A review by James Castady-Kristament

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New Money is the hot new music video from Zaman Lewis AKA Zams, featuring rapper Zed Koen New Money brings the new school rules to the ring with their contemporary trap styles.

Vibrant cinematography makes this video pop with colour and movement.

I really like how this track starts with the warping tempo creeping its way into the drop. It really draws you in. The track definitely bangs, and the rappers kept it lyrically straight with enough multis and double time rapping to keep the pace hurtling towards the dance floor.

I really enjoyed the vibe and the fantastic presentation involved in this video and song. It really is well done.

Zams probably has the best website name ever for a Kiwi Hip-Hop artist - www.hiphop.co.nz. His website is slick, and his potential is through the roof. Zaman has definitely produced some outstanding work for his new single.

So, a massive congratulations for a great contribution to NZ Hip-Hop and what is likely to be a bright future.

Ya'll killed It!

New Money by Zams could change your life. Check out the link below to check out yourself.

Rating: ( 5 / 5 )
 

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