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Remember we wrote a piece about BlackMagic’s incredible run? (Read here) Well, it seems the man who acts Based on Belief read that piece!

BlackMagic makes a return on Bad Intentions (De De De), a mid tempo song which bounces off its bass synths. From the onset, the magician’s voice wrestles quite expertly with the production from long-time collaborator Xela.

In about four minutes, a theme of love and desire is woven simply; with Ejay falling back into his easy rap schemes at certain pockets in the beat. Not a song in the standard of Repete or his previous efforts but you can see the fire is almost back.

The release aptly describes the joint...


Black Magic’s melodic, introspective, low key raps, often set to stripped back, downbeat rhythms, have become one of the defining sounds of our times, an appealing lo-fi contrast to modern pop’s frenetic tendency to overdo everything.
Bad Intentions is 4 minutes and 28 seconds long, set at a gentle, mid-tempo pace, with the same three chord sequence repeating all the way through.
The performance quality is high throughout, both vocally and instrumentally. Overall, the single is distinctive and original.

It becomes interesting to see what he has in store from here;  Now we are looking forward to his new album.   




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