J Hus – Big Conspiracy Album Review

Album Review: Big conspiracy ( J Hus)

On the 24th of Jan, J Hus propelled himself further into the depths of music history, by releasing his sophomore album Big Conspiracy. Following on from his 2017 and 2018 releases of Common Sense and Big Spang, it is safe to say that having kept his fans waiting for two years, this project had been highly anticipated.

Compensating for the wait, J Hus was sure to reward his fans with masterpiece production from the likes of Jae5, TobiShyBoy, Nana Rogue and IO. As well as urban royalty features such as Koffee and Burna Boy.

The album Big Conspiracy proved to a be a testament to J’s unrelenting position as a kingpin in UK rap. This project saw Hus once again seamlessly blend together the three most prolific UK sub cultures, Afro-Swing, UK rap and drill, while not shying away from dosing up each record with huge bouts of his personality, iconic word play and flair.

Of Gambian descent and a product of the cosmopolitan East London environment, this project acts as proof that J Hus is proud of his roots, and is also able to make light of any situation, this was proven in his track “Triumph”, in which he seems to poke fun at his most recent run in with the law and his ability to come up on top no matter what adversity he faces.

Through the different elements provided to us in this project we see distinctive components of J Hus’s character and we can further gain insights into his beliefs; as glimmers of his personality transcend through each record. The track “No Denying”, seems to combine both the sounds of Jazz and Drill, whilst also showcasing an effortless melodic hook from Hus.

Creating this project shows diligence from the rapper as it can be noted that the album isn’t over laden with features. Hus chooses to feature just three artists on this album and manages to successfully choose artists who not only seamlessly match his blueprint, but also are able to assist him in fulfilling his objectives, to propel the UK sound into other musical realms.

His tracks with both Koffee and Burna Boy “Play, Play” and “Repeat” are both jovial and uplifting, with a promise to return to our playlists in the summer for their true appreciation as potential summer anthems.

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