$pacely’s incisive, genius ad-libs style and rap flows reiterates his importance to La Même Gang and the movement driving new age songs on an unstoppable speed. On a build up to his debut project, which is set to have a release date soon, fans are going to have a feel of what the project is going to produce and it’s as pleasing as ever.
‘Yawa’ is the first single off the EP, produced by Kuvie and mastered by Altra Nova. The street anthem, which pays expansive tribute to his ‘gang’ (basically his friends) has a cutting-edge production, with thick bass lines that fits right in $pacely’s heavy yet soothing voice, laced with vibrant-shifting synth that balances a 5-star production and an excellent rap flow with a typical-Spacely vocal performance.
The rapper runs the full gamut from his singing-rapping flows to passing the batton to Ground Up Chale’s street rapper, Kofi Mole, who runs the rest of the musical lap with a productive verse that simplifies the theme of the song; your day ones holding you down.
The tune provides a 4-minute lethal performance from both artists, leaving fans thirsty than ever for a $pacely project, with the lead single having a diverse, radio-adjacent production that backs one of the most used jargon in Ghanaian culture, ‘yawa’.