Gahza makes sped up pop of a character I'm definitely interested to hear further explored. So far as I know, this is not playing at the wrong speed and that it does often play through at a faster rate radically changes the tone of his music. Some tracks seem to reference the lighter experimentation of the more electronically inclined pop punk producer, though as the chronicles of Gahza unfold on his self-titled debut, slower songs like "Gahza Loves" keep the whole thing from flying apart at the seams. "The Rise of Gahza" is a nice cross section of the album, uptempo and upbeat, with Gahza's idiosyncratic vocals and an incredibly charming string section.
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