Terrence Spectacle is a talented hip-hop artist from Dallas, TX. He’s back and better than ever, ready to showcase his refined style and sound. His latest release “A Letter From Belize” is a two-song track beginning with “Tell Me Lies” and moving into “Best Guy”.
“Tell Me Lies” kicks up with a mellow beat and the mood is chilled from the offset. Upon this, the hook strikes with a gentle contemporary twang but a more notable level of heart and purpose. Following that, the verses proceed to offer details and personal intricacies that lay bare a certain level of realness and vulnerability. While Terrence is never afraid to get deep and genuine with regard to feelings and life in his music, this particular release seems in some ways like the most open and meaningful yet. It feels directed specifically at a significant other, and it feels deeply considerate at the same time.
The very concept of balance, of needing to find that in order to achieve peace and to re-connect with those who matter, is something rarely pondered in modern hip hop; or music in general.
“Best Guy” offers a fine fusion of hip hop, electronica, and fascinating, poetic lyricism. Terrence even structures his vocal performance in a refreshing way. It’s a strong way to go out, and it reminds you of the strengths that make up his best songs released to date. “A Letter From Belize” is a step in a slightly different direction, but as always, a crisp and professional, enjoyable beat, worked upon with style by an artist who knows how to master his bars and write songs that emerge as authentic, engaging, and relatable.
Listen to 'A Letter From Belize' here