Leikeli47 pops out on “Iron Mike.”
This weekend, masked Brooklyn emcee Leikeli47 arrived along with her Acrylic album, the follow-up to Wash & Set in a beauty-themed trilogy initiatives. Clocking in at a wholesome 19 tracks complete, Acryclic presents a set songs that merely can’t be skipped via—a uncommon feat for such a stacked output.
While it’s onerous to play favorites, there are moments on the trouble wherein Leikeli merely shines. Enter: “Iron Mike”—Leikeli in her best hour as she laces the minimize in belligerence whereas fsetting it with a contact femininity. It’s a components that she is aware of properly and it reverberates all through Acryclic because the RCA signee offers us a guided tour on the sweetness and pains Black life in America.
“Acrylic is] an invite to stroll to our campuses, therefore ‘Roll Call,’ it’s an invite to our love tales, therefore the track I’ve known as ‘Top Down,’” she tells VIBE. “It’s simply one other artistic approach for me to only let individuals know the place I’m from and provides individuals somewhat perception about me, the world I grew up, my buddies, my faculties. Black life, interval. ‘Come on in, y’all, come on in. Let’s social gathering, let’s do it’.”
This that hardly ever interviewed
And that rarely seen
If you wish to get a view
You gon’ want to purchase a seat
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