[Music Review] Marv Middle – Sanity

Sanity - Marv Middle

Marv Middle – Sanity (Music Review)

By Amber B

When it comes to musical talent Marv Middle has special expertise that is not often seen in music today, he does it all. From producer to songwriter, to engineer his gift is what makes him unique. Born in New York, Marv Middle learned to play the violin at the age of 8. After finishing college he would later relocate to the DMV (DC, Maryland, & Virginia) area where he would work on his craft of becoming a composer, audio engineer, and artist. Marv Middle has produced tracks for many artists in the industry including Tory Lanez. He has performed at many venues around the DMV and has even performed live with Wale. We recently had the chance to listen to his latest track “Sanity” and here is what we thought:

It’s been a long year for hip hop. We have seen both promising and lackluster bodies of work from both up and coming artists and veterans. In this new era of hip hop with a lot of artists sounding alike it’s admirable to listen to an artist with originality. Marv Middle is just that, he executes his talents perfectly with his track “Sanity.

“Sanity” brings us four minutes of pure hip hop. From the dynamic production of the beat to the smooth flow the artist has over the beat this track is an example of what is missing in hip hop today. The track is catchy from beginning to end and puts the listener in a feel-good mood and makes you want to bob your head while listening to Marv Middle‘s message. He rides the beat thoroughly all while telling a story of relevance. Sanity is a rousing number that exudes rhythmic intensity and leaves the listener yearning for more. Like a 90’s track, the beat and flow are a perfect match.

In the first verse of “Sanity” Marv Middle breaks down the problems of the music industry today — It’s all the same. The hook is serene and puts your mind in a relaxing mood. The 2nd and 3rd verse he flexes his wordplay more. Marv breaks down his mental by letting the world know he’s a different type of breed all while displaying his writing abilities through his metaphors. Verses like “I’m a teacher in this class of rejects, Life is just school and we’re dying for recess, Misinterpreting lessons the old kids teach us” shows us that artist understands the problems of today.

In conclusion, the production of the song “Sanity” is on point. The bass and keys give the track an old school feel, True hip hop. The rap itself has a message and the metaphors were executed well. The song was written, performed and produced by the artist himself, the definition of true talent.

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Author: Amber B

Loves to blog about what is trending in Hip Hop, R&B, and Celebrity Entertainment. Current Obsession is reality television. Love to watch and voice my opinion on what is going on in these shows. Also enjoys spending time with family, reading and vacationing near the water.

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