UK-based rapper Triad God, who drops bars in Cantonese over plaintive-leaning beats by London producer Palmistry, has a new song out, and here it is in A/V form. "So Pay La," the title of which is a phonetic rendering of a Triad saying that means 'collecting skin' according to Palmistry, sounds like limbo with its stretched ecclesial synth lines and echoing notes over which Triad God mutters just a handful of words. It's hold music for the soul: the sonic equivalent of a moment lost in thought on a packed commuter train, a few minutes to yourself before the day is wrenched from your hands.
Watch Triad God Mine the Poignancy of the Morning Commute
“So Pay La,” the Palmistry produced new single from the UK rapper, is like hold music for the soul.
July 07, 2014