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“Maserati”

The name Sinista New Breed of New Breed Entertainment has been coming up a lot lately in posts related to the Southside movement. And that is because he has his hand in all aspects of the movement, as he does a little bit of everything.  Originally from Texas, Sinista would eventually find himself on the Southside of Milwaukee where he would turn to music to help him deal with his life experiences. Using his pain and struggle for motivation, Sinista has become known as a real and diverse emcee with high credibility who is well respected in the streets. He has done several mixtapes and features, leading up to the release of his first official album. But music isn’t Sinista’s only gift. He has a way with the camera as well. Which readers got a chance to see with the first all female Milwaukee Cypher and with the promo video for Sounds From The Othaground 2 event. And if that wasn’t enough, Sinista is all about using the Southside movement to create positivity. For example, he was able to convince rival gangs to put aside their differences in order to participate in one of his videos. That is pretty impressive. On a mission to make his mark in the game without conforming to typical industry standards, Sinista is doing all he can to be heard and recognized. And he is well on his way to achieving his goal. As he has a strong following in both the Spanish and English speaking communities by those who see/hear his endless artistic potential. Now that readers know a little more about Sinista and have seen his video work, let’s check out his music. Click the jump for a review of his track “Maserati.”

The production here is dope. But don’t expect it to include a fast pace or some type of luxury vibe due to the title. It actually features a slow tempo, with a light piano like sound, and a low bass. The vibe of the track is very mellow. There is no hook present on this track but the way Sinista paces his rhymes, makes it work. Sinista’s lyrics are on point. He has a smooth yet intense flow and heavy hitting rhymes. He does an excellent job of sharing his story and hardships with the listener.  Also, the title to the cut is explained. The title of the song comes from some opening lines where Sinista speaks on his life being in the fast lane. Overall, this song is a winner. The production is hot and so is the content. Plus, the track is one that a lot of people can relate to and appreciate. Everyone has seen their share of hard times at one point or another. The “Maserati” song description says that Sinista was just trying to vent when making this track. So one can imagine what he can do when he is actually trying to make a hot song. Well there is no need to imagine too much, just check out Sinista’s music on SoundCloud. He has provided a whole collection of fire tracks like: “B—h I’m Good,” “Kid Frost Back,” and “Who Are You.”

**My Two Cents: I really enjoy Sinista’s music. He has a unique flow and pretty quality lyrics. Though I prefer his more street tracks, it’s cool that he tries to show off his softer side too. He reminds me of like a Latin Tupac (Rest In Peace). Also, I think it’s dope that he doesn’t just limit himself to rapping but utilizes all of his talents like shooting videos. That gives him a little something extra over the competition. Overall, I think Sinista is a very gifted individual and if he remains hungry and keeps putting out quality work, he will be taking the Hip-Hop industry by storm in no time. -MinM