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FrontCoast 2 Coast Mixtapes announces the release of “Positive”, the latest mixtape by UK recording artist J.Walker of TLD. The Mixtape is currently available for streaming and download at the Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes website.

“Positive” creates a definition of gospel rap by itself. The Lion’s Denn record label do what they usually do and experiment with current hip hop and urban sounds while keeping a gospel message in the lyrics. This is the firstMixtape by J.Walker of TLD, but his second major project. The concept of the album is based on the chase for a positive life, a positive mind and what our mind considers to be positive and negative.

The artist approaches a range of issues such as a dysfunctional childhood, abortion and gang violence while trying to keep a positive outlook throughout. The music remains up-tempo through hard hitting trap beats and cutting synths while often having a darker undertone to the lyrical content and issues being addressed. Social issues and more niche Christian problems are talked about such as the rapper telling his girlfriend he plans to be baptized and born again.

J.Walker switches between flows with rapid-fire lyrics on tracks like ‘Save Everybody’ and a more spoken word style delivery on songs like ‘A Dad’ and ‘Positive’. The tracks are also produced by J.Walker with the rapper doubling up as a lyricist and beat maker. The album feels like an authentic journey into urban rap music and the rap melodies evident in the hooks across the album mirror the new style of radio friendly catchy hip hop tracks. The verses are often packed full of lyrical content however with references to scripture all over the album. Read more…