Boomkat Product Review:
DJ/Rupture's awesome Soot imprint returns with another globe trekking album from the constantly ace Maga Bo fresh from another musical mooch through the sonic territories of grime, cumbia, reggaeton and of course hiphop, picking up collaborators and companions along the way. 'Nakhil' opens with an electro grime riddim providing a solid base for K-Libre's fiery delivery, while the two collaborations with Mohammed Issa Matona take in lush orchestral sweeps combined with Maga's laptop honed bass riddims. There's so much to take in on this album that it will take a fair few listens to peel pack the layers of multi disciplined instrumental styles and twisted tongues encrusted into it's seething mass of beats that we can't do it justice in a review. Dive in yourself and get lost in Maga Bo's global sound conundrum. Dense.