Enfield’s Namesbliss is back with the release of his highly-anticipated EP Light of Mine!
Bliss rose to prominence with thanks to his commendable songwriting skills along with the ability to pattern up a vast array of genres. The MC has continually demonstrated a knack to blur the lines between styles such as drill, rap and grime- effortlessly showcasing his lyrical prowess and engraving his name into the UK music scene.
Light of Mine comes at the perfect time for Namesbliss, as he has spent the best part of 2021 teasing us with single releases, with each one offering a mixture of tones. From the gritty depths of “Strikers” to the poignant, more mellow offerings of “Rubicon Lychee” – featuring production from Vagrant Real Estate – the tape was promised to be a stand out.
Housing seven eclectic tracks, the EP is a thorough insight into Bliss’ versatility as an artist. Opening with a hard-hitting intro dubbed “Frontline”, the MC wastes no time in lacing the raw beat with a rally of his recognisable bars and flows. It sets the pace perfectly for the main body of the project. From then on, the tone of the EP fluctuates between dynamic energies and heartfelt lyrical storytelling.
It’s hard to pick one definitive track from the line up, with each one holding its own so well. It becomes apparent very early on that Bliss has given the body of work his all, going the extra mile to ensure an unforgettable listening experience.
Take in the full tape below and for info about Namesbliss’ upcoming headline show at Peckham Audio, click here!