Recently, we at 13thStreetPromotions had the opportunity to listen to an early copy of Dancehall Artist Khaos’ “Deception EP”. With today being the day of the project’s release, we present to you the review! – SwadeDaVillain
Words By @Sef_Jo
Let me start by saying this, I sincerely appreciate Khaos for keeping 13thStreetPromotions in the loop where Deception is concerned. Very professional looks especially where promotion is concerned and I must say that I’ve definitely learnt a lot through working with him. The graphics, pics, audio, videos etc. are A1!
I notice that the theme “One Fuck” is prevalent throughout the entirety of the 5-track extended play. This keeps the theme relevant! Very good job.
One Fuck The original. Khaos made this into a household name and it continues to beat the streets hard. As a true “trapskull”, I have to admit that I wasn’t 100% sold on “One Fuck” after its initial release. Worse, when I heard “Make Love” [after One Fuck was released as a single] and even more recently, “Don’t Remix”. What had me completely stunned though was the reception of “One Fuck” by Khaos’ core fan base. The Deception EP’s leading single is literally a social sensation that has had much of its impact on and throughout the Jamaican Twitter community. There are threads upon threads related to the hashtag #OneFuck and for that reason, I have come to understand what makes “One Fuck” successful as a single, in and of itself. With a clean version available, Khaos has been able to market the track to hardcore fans as well as to DJs [local + international] for radio spins.
Search Fi Love
Now this… connected with me on a more personal level and just like with “One Fuck” it took me a good couple listens to fully wrap my head around the concept. I am not unfamiliar with the actual “Search For Love” but let’s discuss the immediate switch up; though the drum kit [rhythm] remains similar to the previous track, there is the sound of a harp that strikingly contrasts the way Khaos lets us know that he is in no way, shape or form interested in falling for his “One Fuck”. The contrast here depicts how sweet her touch was/is but Khaos shakes us [listeners] back to reality, this is Deception!
With his “Deception EP” around the corner, Recording Artist Khaos drops his highly anticipated video for “One F**k“. Directed by Sean Alaric and shot in Florida, we follow Khaos meeting a young lady at the Gas Station and he proceeds to finesse the digits from her. From there the two get better acquainted at a house party and you know how it goes at one of those events (wink wink nudge nudge). With cameos from Rapper Bruce, ProducerKris Beatz, Comedian Gunnta, and lots of liquor and party patrons. Is Khaos gonna follow up to this story? Stay tuned to find out. Khaos’ “Deception EP” is now available for preorder on iTunes! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
You know Jamaicans would scoop this up. Comedian/Recording Artist Andrew Trabass teamed up with Dancehall Artist Khaos to deliver the “One Dance Remix” on 4/20! With Sean Alaric adding his Production to this, they give Drake’s hit single a a face lift as they bring the Dancehall tinged single home and added the Jamaican flavour. Is that Toian with the background vocals? Stan’ up inna big dance, rolling weed in my hands. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
You knew this was dropping next. After hitting your ears with the track, Khaos upped the ante with visuals for “Don’t (Remix)“. Directed by Sean Alaric and starring Felicia Ally, we see the two go on an evening stroll and interact with each other in fun ways. A dope remix and a smooth visual, expect Khaos’ “Deception EP” to be a top pick in your playlist very soon. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
UPDATE:OMV now available.
This is warm up season for Recording Artist Khaos, who is set to release his “Deception” EP in April. While powering his single “One Touch” through various remixes and Mixtape features, Khaos kicks it up a notch with a remix of Bryson Tiller’s “Don’t“.
“I’m a fan of Tiller and his story inspired me to remix his song,” Khaos says as he effortlessly gives all production and engineering credit to Sean Alaric Ricketts. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.