Artistrack reviews ‘TWELVE THIRTY’ by Cel-Man Iller, Tha Immortal

Artistrack reviews 'TWELVE THIRTY' by Cel-Man Iller & Tha Immortal

Artistrack reviews TWELVE THIRTY by Cel-Man Iller, Tha Immortal:

Cel-Man Iller, Tha Immortal is a  Motor City artist paying homage to the city of Detroit and represents the true Midwest identity through his music. He has just dropped a new single by the name of  “Twelve Thirty” that has flipped the mainstream rap industry with innovativeness and raw aptitude. His universal and horrorcore style of music are both evocative and contain an innovative slant towards the rap genre.

There is a sense of darkly transgressive lyrical content and imagery embedded into each song that cannot be discounted but significantly remains endearing. He has coined the term “trip rap” which resembles a hyper-dimensional shift of music with a psychedelic amount of rawness. The mind-altering frequencies relinquish a perspective for the listeners through gaudy descriptions and convoluted rap delivery. The track listing remains robust, but is puzzled together in an ingenious fashion where there are surges and dips in terms of emotive quality throughout each single. The story telling components were unprecedented with links to dynamic similes, meaningful metaphors and syncopated rhyme schemes. The complexity of the songwriting process was a hybrid infused manifestation within the confines of a state-of-the-art production methods. The lyricism goes pound for pound on each  track, holding its own weight and does not substitute production over originality in terms of novel rap rhymes.  The lofi crunch of the sampling sections gives “Twelve Thirty” a certain 90’s golden age grittiness that was disseminated on each composition.

This single is worth listening to as Cel-Man Iller, Tha Immortal brings an interesting perspective to the hip hop genre, and earns a distinct level of respect for pushing timeless music in a forgotten metropolitan of the United States.



Join me as I revisit some old projects of mine to help all define “Trip Trap” Trip Trap is a term and genre I coined back in late 2016 with the release of “W.C.H.B.M” ( ) Trip Trap, is essentially taking core Trap instrumental elements and injecting a surreal or “other worldy” dynamic, either in the production or lyrics. Lyrical content would consist of obvious “drug-like” influences, but not “selling”. Trip Trap goes deeper into the mind of the individual to use word to paint the picture of life they see through the influenced eye. Tracking back, Trip Trap touches “Horrorcore,Conscious Hip-Hop, Electronica, Dubstep, & most importantly, “Acid Rap”

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