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Klz: “The Glendale Project” brings a new sound and style to the game

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Posted November 6, 2015 by Peter Burns in Hiphop

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Production
95%


Arrangement
95%


Songwriting
100%


Performance
100%


Appeal
95%


Total Score
97%


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Our Review

Klz is about to be the next big thing in hip-hop. He has been freestyle rapping at every college campus in Wisconsin for the past 6 years, with a very different story than most rappers. His debut work “The Glendale Project” is his first attempt behind a mic, and it came out great. He plans […]

by Peter Burns
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Klz is about to be the next big thing in hip-hop. He has been freestyle rapping at every college campus in Wisconsin for the past 6 years, with a very different story than most rappers. His debut work “The Glendale Project” is his first attempt behind a mic, and it came out great. He plans to go on tour during the winter to colleges throughout the Midwest.

“The Glendale Project” sounds far less industry-influenced than much of anything I’ve heard over the past year and is very much from the heart. Lyrically, Klz rips every single track. The production from Jon Howe is off the chain, and most importantly, this actually feels like an album. From the beginning to the end, it has a nice consistent flow while still showing diversity among song topics.

Klz-350This is a very impressive debut by Klz, who did a great job by bringing killer lyrics to the table. He also brings a new sound, and ironically enough, a new style to the game. His multi-faceted view on life and his all-purpose rhymes makes for a record filled with different messages, beats and flows.

Klz has a voice that calls to you through the wires and speakers of your music system. It carries a subdued passion, like a sleeping giant accustomed to a life of silence now experimenting with his voice. His fluent, passionate and thoughtful rhymes will illuminate your mind in a way you never really gave much thought to.

Klz’s tracks have enough metaphors to build a country, and enough food for thought to overload the mind processes of a nation. With standout tracks like “Elementary” and “In The House”, “The Glendale Project” signals a great start in the solo career of Klz and I cannot wait for his sophomore album.

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