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Music Review “Big Dreams”- Rice By Yami Cabrera


Music Review “Big Dreams”- Rice 
By Yami Cabrera
[English]
The multi-faceted artist Jerard Rice aka Rice is promoting his latest production “Big Dreams”. Rice is a rapper and music entrepreneur, co-founder and collaborator of the Hustle Work Grind Records label with his brother M-Ezy, who has decided to release his first two songs in 2020.
“Big dreams” has a catchy and attractive groove, a mix of aclassic Hip Hop sound with a very peculiar modern air. The lyrics are direct and revealing; close to the social context that characterizes North American urban music.
The song also has an audiovisual accompaniment with the collaboration of other artists from the urban music scene such as IDK, Cheese, The Royal Highness, and J-Muzique. The videographic sample is very illustrative and perfectly portrays the content of the song. The video reflects clear actions linked to illegal sales, drugs, as well as injustices against African American youth.
In addition, Rice is currently involved in activist struggles against racism and injustice in the United States, especially through the #blacklivesmatter movement. His art is his best weapon in this fight. Rice recognizes that music is the best ally to connect with other people and therefore it has to have a special purpose and meaning.
"Big Dreams" along with Rice´s first single "Bet On it" could be part of their future EP Riding No BlindfoldsThe rapper is also preparing another song dedicated to the life of Tupac Shakur and based on the movie Juice.
Rice appears to be on the right track for a successful career. Let's hope that the next releases have much more to say about this rapper and producer.
[Spanish]
El multifacético artista Jerard Rice aka Rice, se encuentra promocionando su más reciente producción “Big Dreams”. Rice es un rapero y empresario de la música, co-fundador y colaborador del sello discográfico Hustle Work Grind Records junto a su hermano M-Ezy, que ha decido lanzar sus primeras dos canciones en este 2020.  
“Big dreams” tiene un groove pegajoso y atractivo, una mezcla de sonido Hip Hop clásico pero con aire moderno muy peculiar. La letra es directa y reveladora, bien cercana al contexto social que caracteriza la música urbana norteamericana
La canción cuenta además un acompañamiento audiovisual con la colaboración de otros artistas de la escena de la música urbana como IDK, Cheese, The Royal Highness, y J-Muzique. La muestra videográfica es bien ilustrativa y retrata perfectamente el contenido de la canción. El video refleja claras acciones vinculadas a las ventas ilegales, las drogas, así como a las injusticias contra los jóvenes afroamericanos.
Además, Rice está actualmente compenetrado con luchas activistas contra el racismo y las injusticias en Estados Unidos, especialmente a través del movimiento #blacklivesmatter. Su arte es su mejor arma en esta lucha. Rice reconoce que la música es la mejor aliada para conectar con otras persona y por eso tiene que tener un objetivo y un significado especial. 
“Big Dreams” junto a su primer single “Bet On it”pudieran ser parte de su futuro EP Riding No Blindfolds. Rice también se encuentra preparando otro track dedicado a la vida de Tupac Shakur y basado en la película Juice.
J. parece estar en el buen camino para alcanzar una carrera profesional exitosa. Esperemos que las próximas tengan mucho más por decir de este rapper y productor. 
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