WATCH | Quebec City's Morpheus' Arms Drop First Visuals From Their Velcro EP
These boys from Rimouski are making moves and putting some trill in the Quebec rap scene, watch out.
I've covered Morpheus' Arms multiple times in the past. Ever since I've laid eyes and ears on their craft I couldn't come to my senses so easily - Seeing them grow into what they are today is exciting to say the least.
Composed of Max Ruest's glistening trap-fluenced production, with Klv. Hovington and David Saysum laying fire on the tracks. Morpheus' Arms is a force to reckon with. They are masters of balancing soft-undertones against hyper-energetic vibes, offering a mix of ying and yang, including the language they perform in.
A bold move nowadays in and around Canada, the use of two languages, more specifically franglais (French and English) is usually frowned upon when it comes to mainstream media coverage or radio spots. However, these boys just don't give a fuck. Seamlessly blending both french and english with a skill to make it sound poetic in ways, showcases the staple (almost) universal language that the youth communicates in today, #sorelatable.
Their most recent release is their VELCRO EP, a highly anticipated drop from the underground group who have been teasing it for quite some time now, starting with their tune "Kylie Minogue".
The whole thing is a colourful composition of songs that remain true to their sound. Fully produced by Max Ruest, the 5-track project is a lot of fun to listen to from beginning to end. Officially available on all your favourite streaming platforms, the boy decided to drop VELCRO alongside dope VHS-style visuals for their song titled "Friend Fun" directed by Jean-David Rodrigue.
These loverboys are badboys at heart and definitely know how to give a good hell of a show. Watch the video above, and jump right over to start listening to their debut below.
Listen to VELCRO EP on your favourite platform now:
Apple Music: http://apple.co/2wnTb0m
This has been included on my Apple Music playlist too.