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Groov Marro – 'Back’n It Up'

Review by Saya Mochizuki

“Back’n It Up” is a witty, energetic rap written and performed by Groov Marro. Laid smoothly on top of the beat, a plucky Ludacris-inspired synth is established from the beginning as a fitting musical motif , and encapsulates the song’s euphoric mood. Overall, each part of the percussive arrangement is fast paced, playing varying and dynamic syncopated rhythms which mold the upbeat energy. A basic legato bass line makes for an interesting contrast, almost acting as a foundation for everything else. The breaks where the instrumental drops out also lead into great build ups into each new section, allowing Groov Marro’s compelling voice to have his own moments. His vocals have a rough and powerful texture, and showcase a fun-loving personality. The crisp production and complex rhythms are undeniably compelling, but it is Groov Marro’s voice that drives the vibrant nature of “Back’n It Up.”

Groov Marro has an undeniably special talent for pumping anyone up through “Back’n It Up.” He knows how to creatively combine 2000s rap influences such as Jay Z, Ludacris and Eminem with his own originality and unforgettable character and dynamic performance.

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About Groov Marro

From the Philadelphia and Norristown area, music has always been an interest of Marro's. Groov has a lot of musical inspiration although his music may not sound similar to theirs, he is inspired by Jay Z, J. Cole, Kendrick, Nipsey Hussle, Nelly, Ludacris, lupe fiasco, Common, Mos Def, Eminem to name a few. Groov prefers his own approach and style when it comes to the art and this is what has gotten to the point where he is now. Along with Vibestarentertainment team, they are making a name for ourselves.

For more information on Groov Marro, please visit his website.


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