Life + Music = is not only just an interview staple here on the site. The fellas have their hands in a variety of other ventures as well. This includes a music label. One of the first artists signed to their imprint is a guy that goes by the name of Timmy Comix. Comix is a 414 bred talent inspired by the 90’s era of music as well as the late great Tupac Shakur. Over the years, he has molded & shaped his craft to the point where he is regarded as an artist ahead of his time. Ready to take the music world by storm, he is currently pushing the video for his record dubbed “1994.”
The production behind the record is plush. The hearty bass line, suave background ingredients, groovy tempo, and street savvy vibe make for an A-1 mixture. The hook is sick as well. The delivery is distinctive and the lyrics are authentic. The verses are appealing. Timmy Comix slides thru with a token flow, clever wordplay, and first-rate rhymes. He gives the listener a breezy portrayal of what he’s all about. A sprinkling of lines to be aware of from his display are: “Told my n—a finish school, I’m a go ham. Told my brother never move off of no man. Doors are opening before me using no hands. And they can give a f–k about you when the door slam.” Those are some fetching bars right there. As a whole, this track is a banger, no question.
The visuals for the track are pretty straightforward. The vision is put together by Luke Marlowe. The premise essentially just follows Comix around the city as he drops in on a couple of isolated locales. Said locales include: a set of train tracks, a bridge, and a basketball court. Occasionally, Comix is joined by a few of his peeps. Timmy performs with an air of magnetism that is sure to get any viewer’s attention. And the editing bells & whistles that are present throughout the piece are sure to keep viewers holding on until the end. Overall, it’s a clean cut flick that ties in nicely to the selection,
**My Two Cents: Timmy Comix is a promising artist. His flow grabbed me right away. He has a sound that stands out more than anybody I’ve heard in a while. I think his pen game is on point too. He has some slick lines throughout “1994.” The video is a good compliment to the tune. It’s simple and highlights the rapper’s performance abilities well. I believe readers will be a fan of the record as well as the visual and should check both out pronto. Life + Music = scored a win on this one. -MinM