"Practically everything" or the best album debuts of individual editions.
The action initiated by the American XXL magazine called "Freshmen" was transplanted to Polish soil by the editors of the Popkiller website. Both of them are aimed at introducing rap nicknames to a wider audience, which are worth paying attention to in the future.
For rappers it is a chance to break into the mainstream even through music videos that don't smell like amateurish thanks to the sponsorship of companies and institutions supporting the action. We are just after the premiere of the clip presenting the skills of the most promising young generation players in Poland. It is hard to say today who of them has the best chance to record their debut, masterful album but the previous 6 editions have shown that this is not impossible.
Below we present the ranking of the best, debut albums of players of individual editions, there is no disc to which we would not return with sentiment. I wonder if you would choose other titles and indicate other creators, in our opinion the list should look like this:
2013: BISZ – WILK CHODNIKOWY
The most powerful edition of "Young Wolves" of all, packed with real microphone. Among the whole bunch of good albums released by them, "Sidewalk Wolf" is to this day an outstanding album, full of skillful wordplay, juggling themes without losing the coherence of the whole concept.
2014: KĘKĘ – TAKIE RZECZY
Released by Prosto Label, the album is full of uncompromising, tremendous charisma from the creator, opened the way for the rapper from Radom to a wider audience than the online community, which until now was on a pedestal. The album without guests defends up to the present day and the rapper has evolved over the years, although many miss the roughness of the above mentioned disc.
2015: KUBA KNAP – LECĘ, CHWILA, SPADAM
Glorification of a villainous life, lined with alcohol and grass, served to the accompaniment of the main character's humor, gave a very pleasant album. He highlighted the looseness in Knap's winding, his manner of lazily throwing brilliantly casually ruled lines, which, when listening to the album, we kind of envy him.
2016: GUZIOR – EVIL TWIN
Guzior's sluggish flow writes a script for a genre that you don't like but his person and the accuracy of the lines don't allow you to rewind. With each subsequent listening, it delivers even more flavors, causing shivers on the body due to accurate insights about urban everyday life in which each of us is entangled.
2017: BEDOES – ABY ŚMIERĆ MIAŁA ZNACZENIE
An album that clearly marked a generational change on stage, more than any of the previous ones in the list. You could see her, and in Bedoes, transformed on a disc from a scared cat to an aggressive wolf ready to do anything to protect his pack and this was created by the rapper's experience.
2018: JAN-RAPOWANIE – NOCNA ZMJANA
The album on which we get lyrical pearls hidden in the depths of the stories seemingly extremely everyday, schematic as repeated daily ritual home - work / school - home and weekend melange. All this skillfully harmonized with thinking about the meaning of life, its fragility and transience. Mature rap from a youngster.
We are curious to know which of this year's "Young Wolves" will record an album that will change the game or allow for a long presence on it due to the interest of potential fans.