Emerging Brighton rap duo Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn release their newest low-fi gem, ‘Love One Another’.
Producer Harvey’s snappy, ghostlike instrumentals balance perfectly with Frankie’s vivid flow, his lyrical content outlining the day to day struggles of life making music and the things that are sacrificed – love in a time of an artist trying to become his best self. It’s the soft, almost confessional tone and flow that makes this such an innovative and standout prospect.
It’s a unique style that’s seen the young artists build a serious cult following in their hometown, as well as ongoing support from Loyle Carner and a shout out from Jorja Smith. Thrillingly low-ebb instrumentals balance cerebral raps, whilst Frankie’s deadpan delivery can’t help but burst with character. Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn are destined for big things, it’s a question of how interesting 2018 will get. Make no mistake, this is a duo that are sure to generate hype on a large scale.
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