Ceschi: The One Man Band Broke Up
Ceschi Ramos is a conscious emcee with an indie-psyche-hip-hop-rock style that’s refreshingly high-quality and surprisingly thought provoking. His new album, The One Man Band Broke Up skillfully weaves well-crafted stories about a semi-fictitious artist, who sometimes loves or hates his life or simply the world around him. Ceschi has the great ability to story tell in a way that’s highly visual yet well-supported by strong beats and a definite psyche-hip-hop vibe feel to it.
Produced by German hip-hop/electro beatmaker DJ Scientist, some of the standout joints on The One Man Band are “No New York,” if only for its candid intro, “Poor big baby, you poor sad fuckin’ baby,” “Bad Jokes,” for its unapologetic visuals, and “Half Mast” for its supremely intense energy.
Nonetheless, what’s most likeable about Ceschi and The One Man Band is his natural flow and his ability to make you believe he knows of what he speaks.