Moses Frater – ‘Hello’

Moses Frater is a Leeds-based artist signed to Krown Leeds. He has had many singles out but today we are reviewing ‘Hello.’ 

‘Hello’ was produced by Cuban Cigar, and also features the vocals of singer Leah Melcher. ‘Hello’ is in the Hip-hop genre and has rap situated into the song. It is a fresh sound, something what we haven’t heard for a while.

‘Hello’ is a realistic song, having lyrics what are relevant to society and bringing up problems that are actually happening in the world right now. The song is full of emotion and truth, and gives a message of what is happening. It also brings gang culture into it slightly, broken families and being brought up by a single parent family.

‘Hello’ also talks about living in a minority, privileges, racism about “going back to Africa”, as well as knife crime, which happens all around the world. The words are touching, and is very relatable.

Moses is a young person, and it is great to see someone rapping about real things instead of sexual things, or promoting violence.

‘Hello’ is outstanding, well produced and thought out. It’s perfect to listen to, and suitable for all age groups. Moses portrays his idea well with minimal swearing, and no insulting words. All in all, ‘Hello is definitely a song you should have on your playlist!

You can find Moses on Instagram and Twitter.

Listen to ‘Hello’ on SoundCloud, buy Moses’ EP here, and check ‘Hello’ and his other releases on iTunesSoundCloud, and Spotify.

https://soundcloud.com/mosesfrater/hello

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