Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop


band members

Jamel King Jordan


Bio

Sydney trio Freesouls return off the back of the success of their breakout single "Living Legend" with their new single "Time Off" featuring Sydney hip hop royal Huskii.

Experimenting with pop-punk melodies, "Time Off" started as something completely unexpected when the crew first jumped into the studios at 1LANE. Collaborating for the first time with producer MRVLS (pron; Marvelous) the song quickly evolved into something that was reminiscent of previous records whilst offering something new.

From the beginning, MRVLS’ production boasts unique synth layers followed by intricate trap percussion creating the perfect platform for vocal melodies that radiate in the exact right places. Tight, succinct verses from Jamel and Jordan carried by the earworm of a hook we have come to expect from King lead into the rare Huskii feature who engages and delivers a sentimental, raw verse with purpose. Time Off’ truly reflects versatility and range, both individually and as a group collective.

"We have been putting everything into our music and our exploration of sound. We want to create something that leaves a lasting legacy and we can be proud of for a long time. "Time Off" is a track we are really proud of and it’s a culmination of where our music has been and where it is going. It’s been a hectic year" - Freesouls

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

26 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

the last coupla freesouls jams have shown off exactly how strong their combo of melodies and raps are and as far as reppin south west syd, these guys are rising to the top.

the last coupla freesouls jams have shown off exactly how strong their combo of melodies and raps are and as far as reppin south west syd, these guys are rising to the top.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

26 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

A crew that can do it all - they got the vocal chops, the bars to back it up and tracks that make you feel a real type of way. Freesouls taking off in 2021.

A crew that can do it all - they got the vocal chops, the bars to back it up and tracks that make you feel a real type of way. Freesouls taking off in 2021.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

26 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

Serious fire stuff from this crew.

Serious fire stuff from this crew.