by Nash Bussieres

Rapping over smooth jazz samples is by no means a revolutionary form of songcraft, but when you’re doing something cliched, you’d best do it extremely well. “My Street Dream” by Gescha is an archetypal example of how it should be done. Produced by indie hip-hip mastermind Muneshine, the track has a distinctly Canadian feel as far as hip-hop production is concerned. You can grab his album Crayon Politics on Bandcamp for name your price.

Gescha- My Streets Dreaming