REVIEW | Supa & Da Kryptonites – Kryptonium

This sizzling EP succeeds in blending together the likes of grimy hip hop, reggae and ska, among others, and as we kick off with A Jar To A Butterfly, we can clearly see that lead man Jay Supa’s lightning fast vocals are the driving force of the music, accompanied by the graceful harmonies of Sarah Knowles.

Euphoric bass lines are the highlight of Funk’s The Only Time, the polished brass section make their presence felt in Blindside, and Fallin’ Into Positivebrings us earthy guitars and a catchy drum beat.

Afterlife progresses rather calmly before suddenly picking up for an exciting endingand to finish, Dance In The Rain serves as a bouncing and rather snappy final track.

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