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Doug Galiardo aka Doug G - HalfEmptyHalfFull ''Flyah Review''




Doug Galiardo aka Doug G, is an indie Hip Hop artist from Huntington, NY.  Today I have been blessed to hear such a poetic and prolific artist with a strong message.  His song ''HalfEmptyHalfFull'' has a powerful effect on you from his first words.   The music is hard hitting, soulful, one of kind, and the passion for his lyrics is shown in his delivery.  This song talks about his own insecurities, and is the voice of many people that are going through a lot nonsense and hardships.  Sometimes you can feel like your own enemy, and that can make you feel like you are ''Running out of Time''.  I love the jazzy sample and believe it fits the mood of his song perfectly. Since we are producers we believe that this beat was an excellent choice.  I think this belongs on anybody's play-list that loves real hip hop.  Its hard to find New York rappers that have not changed their style because of what hip hop sounds like today.  Surely this is what New York is suppose to sound like.  I checked out some of his other songs on his profile and it really shows he is not just a one hit wonder.  The music could be perfect for the soundtrack of a Vin Diesel Movie, or any action movie to be honest.  I believe in due time he will get his just due and reach heights like no other.  If I had to rate the song HalfEmptyHalfFull it would get a 9/10 for its message, style, flow and beat.


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