Crayon’s ‘Twelve A.M’ EP showed vibes in a nutshell

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Crayon came through with the Twelve A.M’ EP, the second project since his debut.

Crayon has always been as talented as his musical debut cohort, he proudly displayed more maturity and transited from the baby boy to the more mean street boy which connected to all the sides of the spectrum.

Twelve A.M EP excel in vocal delivery and melody, he concentrated on the pivotal melody, listing the most alternative styles and characters to spice it up.

Also, I was like why didn’t he make an album but then I understand the brand rollout concept behind his artistry, they wanted a wide acceptance before releasing a complete body of work.

The 4 track EP enlists Rema, Bella Shmurda, and Ayra Starr, a meticulous production and selections were obviously spotted out, rotating on familiar vibes and near-perfect ballads.

The project shows growth and genre stylizing, his vocal twist on the intro ‘In Sync’ similarly to Drake texture, that’s a quite commendable and normal professional tap in the music industry.

The Amapiano-infused Afro-pop track with Rema ‘Too Correct’ breeds a potential market cracker, the transition, street melody and absolute vibes, one of the most important song.

Crayon is confidently building up his impressive career even though he is not properly rated accordingly, the sufficient moments with his debut project Cray Cray still fetched a nod at the 14th Headies awards.

However, his collaboration with Bella Shmurda defined his ability to extend and stretches to the basic street wave, shooting it as a supporting single was a perfect market-dominating plan.