London based rapper Bara Blaque levels up with “Handle It”, a track that also serves as his production debut. The lyrics carry Bara’s trademark social commentary along with a healthy dose of introspection, whilst touching, as always, on his Nigerian origins.
As a title I’d say it’s anyone who is true to oneself and looking for the advancement of the human race as a society, putting aside any prejudice and breaking all mental barriers while having a muthaf-ing good time (excuse my french) bumping that Koup ISH. OR third but not least, “3rd World Hippy” is simply me. The forever advancing, vibe switching, ass kicking, name taking, game changing, rhyme slinging West African lyrical peace keeping tyrant.”
“Dreams And Vice is an EP that is full of passion, emotions and a lot of nostalgia. It has a sound that comes straight from the 90’s, and Bara Blaque exceeds at bringing a much more modern feel to it. His voice is hugely distinctive, and he uses it to full effect when referencing his culture, his race, and everything else that points out the trouble in modern society.”
“All in all, Dreams and Vice is a deep and reflective collection of songs from an artist with a clearly distinctive voice. It at times verges on protest music, which is no bad thing considering how much there is to protest in today’s world, particularly as a young person”