Blood On Me is the first we’ve heard from Eleji in over 12 months, and it’s a welcome surprise. The burn city emcee flows effortlessly over the smooth instrumentation, which was re-worked by Rahjconkas, as he touches on some particular aspects of his everyday life.
Eleji transitions freely between damaging lyricism and melodic flows, as well as utilising some wild, yet engaging vocal effects (by way of Connor Jones) as he kicks off the second verse.
Without having missed a beat, Eleji is back and as sharp as ever on the mic. If Blood On Me is merely a taste of what’s to come from his upcoming Alex Danger Mixtape’s, then you can expect to see a whole lot more of the young rapper in 2017.
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Written by Jarrod van der Staay