ArtistRack reviews ‘Hundred Bands’ by Ghetto Glory Family:
The MC’s in The Ghetto Glory Family possess that independent hunger to provide value to the hip hop community. Their hip hop roots hold true to the stomping grounds of Philadelphia in the slums and ghettos of the street life music scene.
Their fond memories reunited the group to give music another shot with a novel sense of wisdom accrued through several tribulations. Each member conveys a unique personality to the industry collective that disperses at intervals throughout the track. The falsetto harmonies on the hooks are dampened with melodic textures and club-inspired lyrical nature.
The boomy bass portions of the production give the instrumental a pliable temperament that the celestial vocals nourish with musical prevalence. The rap bars remain tight and fixed to the instrumental without it becoming dull and stale emphasizing its fluidity. The Ghetto Glory Family is definitely capitalizing on their much-earned buzz with an unimpeachable style that cannot be countered or tampered with on any level.
These artists are bringing a sense of dignity back to the forefront of hip hop with a smooth design held together with an impeccable technique.
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