Timotheus the Artist – Not For Nothing

Timotheus the Artist – Not For Nothing

Timotheus the Artist seems to be just what his name entails, an artist. Timotheus seems to be on the right path with his production and recording. But, before we get to the good stuff I have to start off with the bad.

You have to put up some form of a bio or website or something where your listeners can find more information about you. It’s so important and should not be over looked. As an artist you should always be easy to contact, my fear is that your talent might be over looked simply because a potential listener that you are waiting for that’s going to open some doors for you might pass you buy because they can’t find Information on you. Before I write a review the first thing I do is to research the artist. This provides me the opportunity to give an honest opinion on the artist behave, I think it’s unfair to discuss an artist without knowing their background. For instance, I might hear your music and develop my on perspective, but if I know your background I have a more complete perception of what your are trying to accomplish through your music, therefore the artist gets a more complete and non-skewed review.

Now the good stuff. Timotheus the Artist has “Not for Nothing” listed as hip-hop electronic, I would add R&B to that also, because this song incorporates all three in my opinion. It starts off with some nice vocals that lead into a very cool hip-hop/ electronic drum pattern. The beat is a smooth mix of trance like urban pumping that really does draw the listener in. The reason I had added the R&B label is because this guy starts singing ( again, I don’t know who is singing, more track info would help) these very soulful melodic verses that moves the song into a groove that you can really get into. I pictured this song being played in some dark moist underground urban club, where everyone is dressed in some sleek jazz type wears and the dance floor is packed with couples drawn in close together while the music puts them into this kind of dirty dancing frenzy. The beat is not too fast, not too slow, but a perfect groove to take your partner on the dance floor and do the damn thang!

Timotheus the Artist sound cloud page has five different tracks that boast the same ingenuity.

I listened to all of them and even though electronica is not my genre of choice, Timotheus incorporated enough unique blends of sounds and drums that all the songs had very distinguished individuality and kept me listening. All the songs were around the 3 minute mark which kinda left me wanting to hear a little more. 7 outta 10 on my scale.

Twitter: @The_Timotheus

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/timotheus-the-artist

 


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