Nutty P & SNE drop visuals for their collaborative record 'From A Place Where'
Nutty P looks to “Hackney’s Golden” SNE to vocalise ‘From A Place Where’, as they now release the accompanying visuals.
“Rapper, producer and occasional crooner”, Nutty P and Hackey’s SNE, connect on this record, ‘From A Place Where’; taken from Nutty’s most recent project Infrared.
As leading track from the album, it ushers in a great message held well in the chorus by SNE’s distinctive and raw vocal harmonies.
“I’m from a place where, I’m from a place where. See the kids dem get no help, there’s no daycare. I’m from a place where. Deep the situation, we’re in deeper situations. Where the kids dem in a school still, but don’t get no education.”
SNE proceeds to lay a variety of styles within this mix intertwining his sung vocals and raps. From ‘Trappola Fratello’ this guy was a problem. And if you haven’t checked this record before, please do now, it’s unfathomably nasty. As for this song, SNE raps on his location; the bad, the evil, the difficulties and the realities. As a great insight, it’s positive to see two artists come together to promote a record with this tone. And one that is actually a good song as well.
Nutty P provides the riddim which begins with isolated, almost metallic sounding, synth droplets. The drum patterns holds real and raw sounds, as the kick and snares seem to roll into one another. As if translating the environment this community grows up in, into timbres within the mix, these sounds give off a coldness, a concrete setting, a sinister mystery, and rough reality.
The instrumental evolves into an uprising of strings and spirit, as the chorus’ second half commences. Seemingly acting as a uplift running parallel within the community, full bodied strings or synths, push the energy above as SNE follows raising his vocals to sing.