Majesty Lyn Takes Us On A Brief Tour Of Her Artistry With “Four Twenty”

For many, “Alternate Ending” was the portal through which we discovered Majesty Lyn. On ‘Memories’ off the 2019 Boogey and Paybac joint tape, she came through with a scene-stealing feature, hopping seamlessly on the bouncy beat with a bullish and airtight delivery. Some others got a glimpse of her amazing talent on the “Sound From The Basement Gig Vol.1” album released later in the year. Standing alone on the seventh track, ‘Nobody’, her enchanting voice was on full display, crooning about the sneaky movements of an erring lover.

But that thrilling excitement that comes with the discovery of a new act began to fade off when much wasn’t heard from her after that. Not until yesterday.

In celebration of 420, Lyn released her debut and introductory four-track EP, “Four Twenty.” All produced by Horsh, the tape showcases the different shades of her artistry, not just her prowess as a rapper. In fact, she leans more to her singing side, making her rap persona play second fiddle, only coming to bear on the braggadocio cut, ‘You Bitches Can Cope’.

The highlight of this EP, however, is ‘Say So’, a smooth and melodious Afropop record blessed with an infectious sing-along hook. Musing over her love interest, Lyn sounds inspired and full of life, ready to penetrate the market with this hybrid jam, fitting for sultry playlists and the dancefloors.

Across the tape, Lyn radiates such confidence and enthusiasm of an artist so certain of her gifts and is just waiting on the world to catch on to it. “Four Twenty The EP” therefore comes highly recommended fromThe PGM Club. Give it a spin and let us know what you think.


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