Prince Waly heads to “Charm el-Cheikh”! This Friday, Prince Waly unveils his latest work, “BO Y Z Vol.2”. It follows a project released in 2019, although in 2022, the artist released “Moussa”, a transitional project between the volumes of “BO Y Z”. Prince Waly delivers caviar rap, steering clear of mainstream trends, “always in the right direction”. His rap is technical and refined, featuring instrumental productions reminiscent of Guru. The artist reveals the visual for “Charm el-Cheikh” to kick off the countdown that will conclude this Friday.
Prince Waly heads to “Charm el-Cheikh”!
The track is divided into three parts that seamlessly fit into each other. Unlike the diptychs and triptychs commonly seen these days, especially with artists like DA Uzi, Fresh, and Beendo Z, the instrumental evolves rather than changes. This remarkable performance is credited to Crayon. The beatmaker recently worked on Swing‘s latest album, “Au revoir Simenon”, and has also collaborated with Josman and Dinos.
In a fundamental technical exercise, Prince Waly adapts his flow to the production with a kind of musical dissociative disorder, somewhat reminiscent of a “Fight Club” vibe. The music video, created by Gabriel Dugué, merits praise for also following the variations around this concept. The director has also produced the latest advertisement for Adidas featuring Ninho.