Halo Yagami is kind of an fascinating and distinctive artist to hearken to as a result of his sound is grounded in South African sounds. Having heard ‘Amahloni’, I used to be curious to listen to what an EP from him would sound like. The EP kicks off with ‘My Money’ with Marcus Harvey whose vocals match like a glove on prime of the eery sounding manufacturing. The rhythm of the tune feels prefer it’s deliberately off. When listening to the tune you by no means fairly know the place it is going and it was a pleasant contact paired with these eery sounds all through. He follows that up with the tune ‘Hooked On You’. I like how he delivered his vocals on this tune as a result of you may really feel the emotion in it. I used to be so caught up within the vibe of the tune I did not discover it was 4 minutes lengthy till I began making notes in regards to the EP. Halo Yagami closes the EP with ‘Gologo’ with Maglera Doe Boy, which is my private favorite. The tune has a form of Kwaito bounce and rhythm to it and Halo Yagami’s forwards and backwards with Maglera Doe Boy is what makes the tune so nice. Overall I’m actually impressed with Halo Yagami and he’s proving to be one of the extra distinctive abilities within the scene proper now.