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Bexey, Tru Colours (2019) Review

Published on June 30, 2019

Release date

May 24, 2019

Distributor

Planet Switchaz

Format

Digital Download

“Tru Colours” is a summer anthem from Bexey that has a raging fire at its core, and the heat can be felt right from the off.

Bexey is a London hip hop artist that’s been cutting cloth in the studio for some time, with “Stay Alive” and “Cutthroat Smile” ft Suicideboys being the most prominent tracks on his resume.

 

On 24 May Bexey released the digital download single “Tru Colours.” “Tru Colours” has a vibrant R&B feel that masks lyrics and capitalises on the angry teen market once dominated by Kurt Cobain. The artist, who has caused concern within the hip hop community after posting a picture on his Instagram from his Queen’s Hospital bed in Romford, certainly owns the lyrics and incorporates pop culture to grab pop listeners’ attention while having the air of danger and a chorus that signifies its home is on Tim Westwood’s show’s playlist.

The song’s ugliness uses a form of millennium boilerplate trolling. Bexey doubles down on the thing he wants to change most in his life by spitting, “If they fuck me over, Then I’ma be thankful, Revealin’ your true colours, Imma say thank you.”

The song’s ugliness uses a form of millennium boilerplate trolling. Bexey doubles down on the thing he wants to change most in his life by spitting, “If they fuck me over, Then I’ma be thankful, Revealin’ your true

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colours, Imma say thank you.”

 

Unlike many of his hip hop London-born peers that have an air of petulant fake-radical impulse Bexey remains consistent throughout the song, even when comparing his problems to “Deep Blue Sea” and himself to “a white Bruce Lee”.

The track is a sneaky summer sleeper that emphasis his shrill vocal fry to its ultimate Kim-K best. While long-suffering fans might be a tad over Bexey’s ‘pity me’ attitude, newer listeners will enjoy the raw-edged chorus nestled up alongside the skittering Nelly-style beat.

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