Switzerland has weighed in.. The Departure Is Awesome!
Check it out… blowing up in Switzerland! A land known for its chocolate, banks, UN, pocket knives, Cough Drops, and Hadron Collider also has a taste for Hip-Hop. Aightgenossen gave Badi’s album The Departure 4 out of 5 points… he even gets compared to Obama! “Well we’re movin on up…. To the east side. To a deluxe apartment in the sky. Movin on up To the east side. We finally got a piece of the pie.” to steal from the Jeffersons….
Here is an automatically translated version… not sure what it all means… but can you argue with statements like “Neither he is that which has itself in the subsoil quite largely etabilisiert and everybody waits for an album of him.”… Wow… Priceless Observation! Gracias Google!:
Badi is not the rapper who has already taken part in countless Freestyle-Battles. Neither he is that which has itself in the subsoil quite largely etabilisiert and everybody waits for an album of him. He is occupied rather partial-timewise to take in hand the microphone. But he travels, actually, rather. The former choir singer derived inspiration for his first EP “Really vision” towards his one-year-old Thailand trip and already there one noticed that Badi does not come from to the hard core of the scene. However, his debut album sounds, in any case, thus as if he had made for years nothing else than to stand in the studio. On “The Departure” he already rings in a new era in which the topical rap probably does not have a lot of place in the charts. One could compare it a little bit to a speech of Obama, he preaches for a change in which one reflects again on the essential one. And on the readiness to begin new and to leave behind the old worries. Up to the whole “Rappin Is Lame” prattle, actually, quite nicely. Above all the beat has succeeded. A nicely soft and full bass with a few string players some melody and drums, et voilà! But nearly even better like the background Vocals of Kofo The Wonderman on “Be OK” which happen somewhere between India and Africa. The music is also exotic. Only the text is to be taken seriously once again very much and comes with a lot of message. Though Badi has to say really a lot, however, sometimes he crushes formally with his way to tell texts. However, he also is able differently. Namely on “in the micron of soul” which belongs with a little radio and jazz to the more accessible songs. Also the chanted refrain is here more than welcome. By so many well-functioning instruments one could also consider to visit sometimes a live show. Also the harder tracks are always accompanied by instruments. On “Sidewalking” this sounds especially good. The a little bit melodramatic melody fits on the subject and leaves Badi a lot of place for his stories of the human hideousness as one gets to see them day-to-day. Nevertheless, he himself seems to have got up with the right foot and knows how to handle with it. At some places “The Departure” sounds very strongly. Above all when Badi devotes itself with all devotion to a subject, dives into this and
explains to the audience. It is not simply always equally easy to find the connection. If one is occupied himself a while with it the album, however, from day to day better. To put apart a good discovery for the people who take with pleasure still time itself with an album.
AND ANOTHER VERSION FROM GOOGLE:
Badi is not the rapper, which is already in countless freestyle Battles participated. Neither is he whom it is underground etabilisiert already large and all on an album by him waiting. It is rather busy part, microphone in hand. Otherwise, he actually prefers. The former choir singer left for his first EP “Super Vision” from his one-year-old Thai journey inspire and already there noticed, however, that Badi not from the hard core of the scene. As always, his debut album sounds at least as many years as if he had done nothing more than the studio.
On “The Departure” he rings sometimes a new era in which the current rap on the charts is not much space. It might be a little bit of a speech given by Obama compare, he preaches for a change in what is again significant falls. And on the willingness to start new and old worries behind you. Except for the whole “Rappin Is Lame” Geschwafel actually quite nice. Above all, the Beat has been achieved. A beautifully soft and rich bass with a few strings a little melody and drums, et voila! But almost more like the background vocals by Kofo the Wonderman to “Be OK”, which is somewhere between India and Africa to play. Exotic is also the music. Only the text is once again very seriously and comes with a lot of message. Badi really has a lot to say but sometimes he crushed a formally with his way, texts to tell. It can also be different. And on “In My Soul,” which with a bit of funk and jazz to the more accessible songs. The chorus sung here is more than welcome. With so many established instruments it could also consider a live show times to visit. Even the harder tracks are always accompanied by instruments. On “Side Walking”, this sounds very good. The somewhat melodramatic melody fits on the topic and Badi leaves plenty of room for his stories of human abomination, the way they get to see every day. He seems to be with the right foot up to be white and to deal with it.
In some places sounds like “The Departure” very strongly. Especially when Badi with all devotion devoted an issue in this submerged and the audience. It is not easy always easy to find the connection. If one is a little busy the album but from day to day better. A good discovery for people who like to take time with an album to be tackled.