Made.Allayne makes his SpitFireHipHop debut with “By Myself” album.
Made.Allayne, also known as Made. Believe, expressed sounds of solitude on his new “By Myself” LP, and when you listen to it, the listener gets a small sample size of the true essence of Chicago music.
Drill rap might have recently become popular in this new school music era, but real ones know. If you aren’t a novice to music, you know that Chicago is home to some of the most distinctive sounds. From the juke to the jazz, and the poetic substance of soul, Made.Allayne Chi-Town’s influence is all over his By Myself LP. With only seven tracks, Made. Allayne brings the listener into his world and gives them insight onto why he’s by himself. From listening to the LP, I wouldn’t call his loneliness a struggle. It sounds more like a transitional phase of life, escaping the toxicity of past relations ship and is on a quest for something real.
On the first two songs, “Lonely” and “Quarantine Love Dreams,” is the traditional Chicago-style Chance the Rapper “ish” sounds of him reminisce on his past.
Then on the third track, “Choose Me” he used slight auto-tunes as he raps poetic manifestations of his future girl. Track three, “Call Me,” is the track that get’s you grooving. With the upbeat production and the catchy electronic hook, the song brings a house music feel that makes the listener want to juke and jam.
If you never been to Chicago, By Myself LP is nostalgic as it gets. I don’t want to spoil it for you, so go listen to By Myself LP below and tells us what you think of the LP.