9 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Orleans MC Aha Gazelle boasts a madcap vocal style that’s tightly wound with tension, yet melodic in tone. He showcases versatility throughout Trilliam, hopping from barbed spit to impassioned croon on songs that display every ripple of his artistry. The sour whistles, female vocals, and huge handclaps of “The Aha Show” nod to the sun-drenched G-funk anthems of the ’90s, while the sci-fi beeps and dystopian keys of “Glow Girl” are a DeLorean ride into a grim future.

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Orleans MC Aha Gazelle boasts a madcap vocal style that’s tightly wound with tension, yet melodic in tone. He showcases versatility throughout Trilliam, hopping from barbed spit to impassioned croon on songs that display every ripple of his artistry. The sour whistles, female vocals, and huge handclaps of “The Aha Show” nod to the sun-drenched G-funk anthems of the ’90s, while the sci-fi beeps and dystopian keys of “Glow Girl” are a DeLorean ride into a grim future.

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