East London rapper Unique Creation drops hot new single ‘Lessons’ ft. Feed’Em

Unique Creation and Feed’Em go back-to-back for what is their first official feature titled ‘Lessons’. Boasting a nostalgic sound Unique Creation and Feed’Em share life experiences that moulded and shaped them into the artists they are today. A fast-paced combination of energy, melancholy and metaphoric depth, Lessons creates various pictures for your mind to follow.

From the start, you hear a short snippet of a brief conversation between Unique and Feed’Em which leads well into the song. Adopting a skippy flow pattern, Unique Creation finds himself reflecting and carries the listener through life experiences adding to the introspective feel of the song. Unique starts off in the first verse by making a statement “You claim to be woke but you’re snoozing the most” which sets a tone for the first verse. Throughout the verse, Unique leads listeners through a list of lessons he picked up throughout his life. Touching on subjects such as the reality of betrayal amongst friends “a tight circle could still have a snake in it” sheds some light into Uniques’ personal story of friendship and betrayal. Using metaphors and creative wordplay familiar to his writing style, each line links well to the other taking us through a diverse flow pattern for fans of technical wordplay. 

Feed’Em seamlessly takes the lyrical baton from Unique and puts his own stamp on the essence of the track coming in with witty metaphors and a raw delivery in his verse. His first line “I was drunk on lies, now I’m sobering” cleverly links back to his conversation with Unique at the start of the song. Each line within his verse creates an image that will appeal to anyone who enjoys painting pictures with words. He addresses struggles and painful experiences he faced during his wild days and goes even further by touching on reconciling with relatives. Throughout the song Feed’Em drops gems such as “what’s deep inside can only rise” and “rather die than live in regrets”. In closing out his verse Feed’Em points out the reality he was living in, along with the resolve to deal with his pain before the pulsating hook returns to bring the song to a memorable close.

The collaboration between these “BFA” and FMG artists is out now on all electronic outlets and is worth the repeat button on your Spotify playlist.  The music video will be out in late January (2021) and promises to be a popular feature between these 2 underground stars in the making.