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Boomkat Product Review:
NYC’s Joey Labeija arrives proper on Purple Tape pedigree with the hyaline delicacy of Shattered Dreams presenting a fresh take on elements of vogue house, R&B trap and vaporous electronics.
His debut release presents six vape chambers which he’d like you to view together as a movie, travelling from the resonant, dreamy highs and elegantly insectoid patter of Euphoria thru creamy chrome tones and ultra sparse trap traits in the title track to poignant mid-section recalling Deadboy at his melodic best in Over, and almost working as a beautiful couplet with the iced-out, bullet-riddled cover of TLC’s Scrub (It’s not me it’s you) and playing on a knife-edge of tension with the sparkling Joey’s Inferno or the Palmistry-mets-Lorenzo Senni styles of HateFuck.
You can fill in the script yourself but, safe to say this is another artist to watch going into 2016.