Rielly is a producer from Atlanta Georgia. He recently started producing experimental hip hop based beats, and already has released 4 albums. Rielly says he gets his inspiration to make my beats from his love of all kinds of different music genres he listen to, and from other producers such as Knxwledge, Mndsgn, and GreenAssasinDollar.
This latest beat album, “Mind Manifest”, is very intense, original, and well produced. Unfortunately it might go right over people’s heads. After listening to the album I think only people who truly appreciate music will enjoy it. On it Rielly goes ahead of the game and brings in elements from Glitch, Lo-Fi, Rap, Hip-Hop and Ambient.
“Mind Manifest” is certainly not for the closed minded. Reilly takes musical risks and stays true to his musical concepts and ideas. He falls out of the clichéd ‘Club Banging’ and ‘Head Popping’ hiphop production style, going for a more subtle and exotic sound style.
Rielly’s mission is to blow up the boundaries and tear down the limits. He takes his music outside of the box. He is at a place where it is all about the music, not about the labels on the music. His genre breaking will definitely help change popular Rap and Hiphop music today, and he should take pride at staying ahead of the curve with his originality and experimentation.
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For all rappers who are confident and charismatic, and whose goal is to blow the listener’s mind and make them move to a different kind of beat. Rielly’s productions are certified to do the job!
“Mind Manifest” just shows how amazing Reilly is. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of this album, except for awesome beats, but I was very impressed with what I got. This is an extremely entertaining album. The production styling’s of Reilly are rhythmical, textured, and very influential. Listening to this on a subwoofer-equipped stereo system reveals some juicy tones. Even if you don’t like rap or hip hop, you’ll like this album for its variety and great beats.
Personally I enjoy the sound, style, beats and pacing of Rielly. Yes, it is perhaps more or a departure with regards to mainstream hiphop beats, but it’s amazing when an artist evolves and wants to do different things. Music is a medium to be enjoyed and we all gravitate towards those artists and styles we like the best. Sometimes they release something we don’t like and sometimes they release stuff we do. No-one stays the same and we shouldn’t have to regurgitate the same old stuff again and again. So when someone groundbreaking like Rielly comes along, he should be strongly supported in his artistic growth.
I love this album, as I did “Conceal” and “Indecision” and would recommend it to anyone who has enjoys creative beat making work. Grab it in good faith and enjoy it.
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