He wasn’t kidding.
Consisting of Will Steep (lyricist/rapper) and Howard Huszar (production), The Girls Can Hear Us have a slick rap/sung electro vibe that I’ve been addicted to this year. Think LMFAO but more reckless and more lyrical/musical potential. Will’s rhymes constantly battle with party life (“Drug Dancin'”) and pain-filled angst (“I Know This Song”), while Edmond’s production sways from house to electro-pop.
“You Want It, I Want It” starts with slow rhymes that build with the beat before turning into a reckless party anthem. “All I Need Is You” diverts with a frantic piano headlined by Will’s anxiety-filled rant, then segways into a full-on riot.
You’ll certainly be hearing more from these guys in the near future.
Be sure to pick up The Girls Can Hear Us’ debut at Amazon or iTunes on 12/31/09!
Thanks to Will and Matt for sending this along (and sorry for the delay).