Hip-hop artist Gianni Mae hails from the Caribbean island of Curacao. Her newest singles are “Watermelon Juice” and “Bad Boy Killer,” which show off high-level talent.
Gianni Mae has an undeniable talent, comparable to Cardi B, but with more flair. There is something thrilling and confident about her rap flow.
A music video for each track will be released as part of Tales Of A Bad Gyal, a project by Gianni.
Gianni’s voice took center stage on “Love Me Long,” a dancehall ballad with a pop foundation, towards the start of the project. Featuring lush Afro-Caribbean-Pop harmonies, “Hungry Eyes” was the second chapter.
Music by Gianni is a mix of hip-hop, dancehall, R&B, and afrobeats.
Watermelon Juice features shimmering synths and scintillating colors that enhance a muscular rhythm. Starting off with gleaming, ringing notes, the track quickly hits a hip-hop groove. A wicked don’t-mess-with-me voice, sultry, seductive flow and a selection of glowing harmonies add fat potency and depth to Gianni’s rhymes.
“Bad Boy Killer” is driven by a heavy, thrumming rhythm. When tolling notes are played, it sounds like a warning knell.
With a tight, edgy and slick groove, Gianni Mae shows off her talent for Afro-Caribbean pop mixed with hip-hop that’s swaggering and edgy.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.