#SubstanceOverHype Review of @impakt_OhG ft. Mr C– Soul Transporter Music Video
A rare gem from Star town in tarred streets of Soweto gave you an 8 track Extended Play called Gado Manyambula that contained a lot of heat and has managed to earn Impakt a solid spot in being a notable mc in this culture which is congested with a lot of bogus or fallen soldiers that would opt to chase the market with their sound. Impakt formed an alliance with Mr. C (The Federation) on production as well as drop jewels in a form of a stanza to release Soul Transporter which is a Boom Bap with a banging bass that demands your attention. This song gives you a sense of nostalgia and its super astonishing how the content of the track ages gracefully and it should be placed in wine storage. The visuals take it to a higher plateau simply because the two emcees are both on a rooftop in one scene and then switch to a balcony in the next and never on the ground. This is braggadocio to the fullest with ingredients of potent content delivered in a vicious approach. Things escalate as you see Impakt seated on the stairs as he is reciting the chorus of the song and then a cameo by the legendary producer Nyambo which is affiliated with Hip Hop Movement Fridays alongside Mr. C.
You can see the set-up has the Impakt holding a microphone and Nyambo behind him as the deejay, this takes you back to the golden era days were an emcee would not ride solo yet always in the company of a mighty disc jockey. This is a Rap music video that doesn’t contain elements of opulence or ratchet behaviour from a large group of females simply because the skill set of the two wordsmiths is to manifest a superb level of lyricism.
Impakt is a legendary gunner that has made an appearance on Raising The Bar and is one half of the duo A Huge Impakt alongside the 3rd finalist of Vuzu Hustle season two (a talent Rap search).
Spread the word and let your peeps check the visuals this is one for the books and represents what is neglected by traditional media. Don’t forget to check out the EP Gado Manyambula
This is a 3.9/5
See the visuals below: