Dahoodi x Klastro release a brand new track ‘Revolver Song’. Speaking about it in their own words:
For Revolver, we both wanted to create a song which evokes a dark, wavy atmospheric feel yet deep emotive sound. The theme being trapped in a toxic relationship (often relatable at least once at some point in our lives).
Our wordplay conveys the complex layers, in a woven poetic way…yet with an undercurrent of how it could parallel with actually using a weapon (not to of course advocate gun crime but how the metaphor envelops it).
Influenced by Post Malone, and unintentionally from the creative process elements of Linkin Park and Eminem. Furthermore, it organically became towards the more Trap/Rock genre, we knew it would be majorly Hip hop with the chorus being vocals. In addition, it happened naturally that our lyrical content, style and delivery to also use the electric guitar, yet have a mid-tempo synth and bassy vibe.
After meeting at a jam/cypher and music showcase, we knew we would be able to create something together. Although Dahoodi (Raphael) is Brazilian (Arabic/Italian), he is evidently rapping in English which isn’t his native language- so this was planned to become originally a serious progression yet fun challenge. However Klastro (Katie) is (Mixed/Irish) British and born in London…who is mainly a spoken word, voiceover artist and singer.
Therefore it occurred to us both that this type of song and collaboration, with our unusual creative history (artistic and musical backgrounds) towards how it’s been crafted and arranged is almost unheard of at the moment!
@Dahoodiorapper @DahoodiOficial x @KlastroLdn