Shmurda has found his star power and he has grown hotter than ever. High Tension 2.0, takes you into a crystal clear picture of how he morphed from the beginning of the initial creation of High Tension 1.0 a year ago, as this follow-up sequel designs him as a true star who finally understands his sonic fluidity and how to make it beyond measure appeal deliberately.
He delivers alone and it was good. With the creation of pop-infused “Party Next Door” that was released off the project a few days ago, alongside “World”, and “Rush” some months back, Shmurda becomes a full-fledged singer with confirmations of his art staking an audience a glimpse of introspection about the world he comes from and the Lamba in between his artistry. It is wonderful.
I remember predicting “World” to be the lead single in this project, but I wasn’t all that wrong because after listening to this project round after rounds now, “Out There”, the current lead single carries a similar theme that is tied to “World” talking about life respectively, and although it was beautiful yet, that doesn’t deny the fact that World wouldn’t remain that perfect opener for this project.
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Shmurda paints pictures through this project concerning his personal life, and also as he directly delves into societal realms from the start of the project that has made his artistic experiences quite an exceptional kind.
From the start with “Out There” and “World“, it becomes majorly about a mixed thought on the reality of our society, yet, as it goes on, the project still becomes a description about a range of fun, loving, and partying when he switches towards the end of the project.
High Tension 2.0 is an African pop project that has Afro-beats mash-ups in between which entirely describe the instrumentation.
High Tension 2.0 is solid and could be defined as a victorious project; with continuous adlibs in World, and a general buildup that Bella uses to make a mark directly after creating a special song sequel including features even after the record he had with Popcaan titled, “So Cold”, leaves an imprint of maturation on his sonic fluidity that has become simply his great diversity.
Remember, Shmurda, can be a street star, and at the same time in between, he can be a pop star that makes the magic poignant, altogether.
He is like a star that swings steadily in between an active listening demography and he makes the crowd watch continuously with grit and they have begun to enjoy him. Because he lets his star power shine through.
“Soldier Go” has percussions and drums that make it just so beautiful.
Bella describes his love as one who’s a soldier, he uses the popular lingua “soldier go soldier come” to keep the discrete theme and essence intact when describing his love to his lover as the love that would never end even when he goes, he would still return for her.
Soldier Go has a sweet melodic deuce that comes from a piano that supports the gigantic beauty in conjunction with Bella’s excellent delivery.
“Far Away” is the follow-up sequel that stock with almost the same essence as the latter track I just talked about which is a vibe.
Far Away becomes a complete take after “Soldier Go” at this particular junction, and it was good. It moves through a bit faster progression, which makes it a club-worthy reliever, plus having a multiplying replay value that makes it an earworm.
It’s one of my favorite on this project; it is pop-driven and quite tender and lite.
“Lako” was next on the move to preserve the taste of this project at this point of taking us towards the Lamba moments, it was built around the same essence as the other two, and it kept the veil yet even when ‘far away’ was strong enough to tear it apart but not when the great forces of “Party Next Door” was applied and it became a total division.
It becomes open for all to connect. Party Next Door is the moment to connect everyone that listened to this project, it came at the right time with the perfect build-up; the smooth pop kicks plus an open great appeal to make you appreciate the song either by dancing and moving to it, in reckless abandon; it has that quality to connect you with a range of high replay value and you are sure to enjoy it before the almighty “Rush” was introduced as to keep you still connected with the Bella that directly comes from the street.
At this point of this project, if “Cash App” was a sequel after Rush, I wouldn’t be surprised either as it was good in between.
It is the moment of fun as it is what defined the ending of this extended play – hedonism, love, party, fun, mention them, s3x, too. Continue…
“Champion” sees the project through an outrageous quality that makes Bella more deliberate about putting a second version of his High Tension 2.0.
Champion is like a definite position Bella puts himself to work harder to champion, without looking at the obstacles that might have to hold him down, either.
He is a champion and he makes strong proclamations that he is champion and that he has paid his dues, which should be in full as he has grown to understand a part of his art that is about sonic fluidity.
He so talented and can be a pop star, at the same time a definite street rocker.
At this point, Bella Shmurda has come to understand what it takes to be a special pop star as he shows for it, in between being a replica of the street science as his “Rush” was lifted into the project to show for it once more.
He is defined by diversity to deliver on this project even when his theme and essence grew from a range that is different and correlated at the same time, yet, that doesn’t deny the fact that he has undergone a great level of maturity.
Remember, this project has no official features, and that he delivered single-handedly in between, showing a higher level of his artistic experience as one who came in the game not quite long, and if not for anything you just have to love and respect him for that cause. High tension lives on! DOWNLOAD AND STREAM THE HIGH TENSION 2.0 EP NOW