Odali’s vocal and lyrical ability spans generations. His Queens dialect shines through with an authentic accent. The way that this artist tackles various adventures within his hometown proves his career will be full of longevity.
Leave it to Odali
He showcases his imaginative brilliance in the video for new single, “Yemenites” off of the “Play at the Park” EP. The video’s imagery focuses upon trains, steel structures and pigeons to emphasize the details of his city. “Yemenites” is the crux of the EP and the visuals are courtesy of Chauncey Laborde.
“Play at the Park” is an EP that conveys nostalgic childhood energy. To focus on the juxtaposition between the current generation and a nineties baby, these seven songs emphasize the theme of youth.
An audibly genius voice is marketable. Odali portrays awareness of self that stretches far beyond his age. His generation is considered the last to truly utilize the outdoor atmosphere as a place to develop basic life adaptations.
As the youth’s activities currently revolve around technology, children of today will never experience the lessons and teachings offered by the jungle gym.
Odali’s “Play at the Park” EP embeds the escapades of carelessness and carefree spirituality that comes with the park setting.
The patterns and contemporary verbiage expressed by this artist prove his transcendence beyond average human thought processes.
Serving up, “a taste of the streets” is exactly what the doctor ordered for the “millennials” that are shifting the genre toward toxic capitalism. Instead of a mainstream approach, Odali presents his creative Queens output with visuals that detail various landscapes and territories.
The content of this EP accompanies the facets of struggle, ugly truths, emotional energy and enlightenment. The enlightenment comes in the form of nuanced phrases that detail the life of an ambitious city slicker.
“I need a mil or better, this is a different era.” (Song: Jesus Shuttlesworth)
His rhythmic nature is confident, brutal and abrasive. An authentic New York artist holds nothing back, and Odali is certainly no exception. These songs provide insight into the various establishments and principles that govern the Queens area.
The intellectual fortitude provides unique perspectives and adventurous scenarios, which fascinate the audience. Odali’s flavor of rap is awe-inspiring, trendsetting and relentless.
“Play at the Park” emblazons a spirited trail of New York righteousness. The thematic EP touches upon love, loss, and how to carry on in a cruel world. Swedish born, LGHTHD graces each and every track with triumphant production.
This EP illustrates the nobility of Odali’s stylistic sound. Odali terrifically details what it sounds like to be mischievous, hungry and determined.
Featured artists Celia Inside and Starker contribute to the respective tracks, “Side Step” and “Bone Collector.” Their guest appearances benefit the EP and ideally emphasize their raw abilities on each track.
“THERE IS TRULY NOT ENOUGH WORDS TO DESCRIBE QUEENS. FIRST, OVER 400 LANGUAGES ARE SPOKEN HERE. SECOND, WE ARE THE LARGEST BOROUGH WITH ETHNIC ENCLAVES SPREAD THROUGHOUT. LASTLY, I FEEL LIKE I GOT THE WORLD AT MY FINGERTIPS WHEN I AM HERE. BUT I WOULD SAY MARVELOUS, UNIQUE, AND EXQUISITE.”