In fact, when I arrived at the ‘Outro’ it was like slipping into a pair of comfortable shoes. On one hand you have revitalisation of a retro rap sound that looks back to its roots in old-school hip hop. It’s where his voice – his most important asset – sounds best. A similar catchiness lies in the choruses of ‘Every Day Life’ – perhaps my favourite song on the album – which is like a time machine back to 90s rap. Perhaps this means there’s just a darker side of DC that I’m not really fond of, or maybe the second half is just not as good, but it certainly splits this mixtape into two rather distinct parts:
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These are unfortunately a little bit unmemorable.
New Music: Dillon Cooper’s Cozmik – Official Blog
I just think that the more badman sound of these tracks brings out a different Cozmio who doesn’t seem as genuine. You have the straight-talking ‘State Of Elevation’, complete with the crackling thunder of a double-bass, whose chorus gives a catchy break to a stream-of-consciousness-style rap.
Those piano chords come back, rich in tone and giving such a soulful backdrop, Comzik voice serious and fixed absolutely on his words, and I felt suddenly that every song on the album should have been dipped in this nostalgic reality. That same feeling y’know? dillon cooper cozmik
Dillon Cooper – Cozmik [Mixtape]
It’s a tricky one to tackle because it feels as though it should have been two separate releases under two separate names by two separate artists. But fozmik that’s just me. Newer Post Older Post Home.
What’s dillon cooper cozmik cool is that the whole of Cozmik is twisted at both ends like a nicely wrapped sweet with the resounding piano chords of ‘Intro’ and ‘Outro’, both seeming at least to be genuinely heartfelt. A similar catchiness lies in the choruses of ‘Every Day Life’ – perhaps my favourite song on the album – which is like cozmi, time machine back to 90s rap.
In fact, when I arrived at the ‘Outro’ it was like slipping into a pair of comfortable shoes.
Dillon Cooper – Cozmik
These cozmil go to town on samples, live-sounding instruments, and reality-check beats that seem to put extra swagger into Dillon’s bars.
You might like ‘Warning Shots’, combining the often-dark sound of London grime with dirty Southern beats, in which DC revels in rapid-fire vocals, punctuated with deep sub bass kicks, like in the rumbling ‘Fuck That’. On one hand you have revitalisation of a retro cozik sound that looks back to its roots in old-school hip dillon cooper cozmik. The sounds in this song are totally chilled, verging on lounge-bar music, and the lyrics are a happy blur of clever phrases.
It’s where his voice – dillon cooper cozmik most important asset – sounds best. A more minimalist sound can be heard in ‘You Don’t Know Me’, whose beautiful piano ditty accompanies what could easily be the best beat on the album, a live drum kit pounds an off-kilter rhythm with little accents on the rattling snare.
Perhaps this means there’s just a darker side of DC that I’m not really fond of, or maybe the cooper half is just not as good, but it certainly splits this mixtape into dollon rather distinct parts: