Still Shadey – Croydon Baby (Review)

Before I get into this review I just want to say that Still Shadey has shown an incredible work ethic for Christian Rap. The week before the release of Croydon Baby Still Shadey held his label KB Records first ever live show. With a line up including legendary US artist Da Truth, UK Golden boy Guvna B and many others they set Brixton Jam Aflame with Excellence and the Gospel.

Now to get to the review :). Everytime I write a review I make sure that I am listening to the album while documenting. The reason I do this is to make sure I can write from the emotion and feeling the album. One thing that I can say about Still Shadey is that not only can he ride and flow on a beat like a boat on water. His lyrics always come across clear and deep you can’t help but pay attention to what he is saying.

On Croydon Baby many tracks caught my attention however 3 really caused me to reload several times. The first was Oily, the second was I will follow you, and the last was Speak it. I won’t say to much about them however when you hear them you’ll know what I mean. Everytime I think that Still Shadey can’t get better he does just that and takes it to a new level.

Still Shadey – Croydon Baby

We are in such a good season for Christian music and Still Shadey’s Croydon Baby Album came out at a perfect time. Make sure you definitely check out his new project for yourself. The whole album blend’s really well together from Hip-hop, Grime to Afro swing. Not forgetting an exclusive feature with UK rising artist Asha Elia. So make sure to check out Croydon Baby when you get a chance and let us know what you think.

Written by Derrick

Derrick is the founder of Gospel Hydration. Creating a community for Good Christian music to be enjoyed. Aiming to revive dead & boring music with life :)


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