While talking about the individual tracks would be incredibly monotonous as there are 26 in total, I will talk more about Knxwledge’s style and how he makes his approaches through seguing devices and how he capitalizes on making a unique sound that is light on the ears and heavy on the production. Knxwledge combines a sense of soul, funk, and jazz into his beats that make for a flowing, but still relaxed style of music that echoes with the likes of smooth, lo-fi production. Instead of bringing a large focus on creating verses or lyrics, Knxwledge would rather focus on making true beauty with what seems like an orchestra of sounds. He takes samples, and vocal recordings, then shifts them into a Frankenstein-esque monster of chord progressions and percussion that sounds substantially twisted, but remarkably unlike anyone else in the music industry.
Unable to be bound to the problems or narrowing walls of genre-stability, Knxwledge creates a stepping stone in his own world where his creativity flows and makes for one of the best releases to come away from Stones Throw Records. Hud Dreems strays away from the normality and formality of music, becoming a monument in experimentation and in sound.
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