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REVIEW: Dave’s Game Over

REVIEW: Dave’s Game Over

November 19, 2017 | D&L

With his conscious lyrics full of inciteful opinions, thought provoking statements and the versatile ability to create a party anthem, Dave is definitely solidifying his reputation as one of Britain’s most exciting young talents following the release of his EP, Game Over.

Following his introduction to many via earlier tracks such as ‘Wanna Know’, ‘Thiago Silva’ and ‘100M’s’, the 19 year old shares his latest project since Six Paths and the result is an impressive, must listen.

The title track ‘Game Over’ sees the start of his story telling skills, as he touches on a time where he was considering what to do with his life and the talents he had; not wanting to let his mother down, but also dealing with feelings of pressure. Definitely something teens fresh out of school can relate to.

‘Question Time’ sees Dave direct his questions, frustration and valid points to team leaders in power, including Prime Minster, Theresa May. Encouraging younger generations to think about topics affecting themselves and others, as well as being a voice for the unheard, it’s easy to see why this track gathered the attention it so well deserved.

‘How I Met My Ex’ is another stand out track, as Dave’s sensitive side shines through. Giving us a detailed account of how he met his ex girlfriend, just try not to get lost in your thoughts as his lyrics cause you to recreate his story with the use of your own imagination.

Party track ‘No Words’ featuring MoStack, ‘Attitude’, ‘Calling Me Out’ and ‘My 19th Birthday’ are also included on the track list, with the latter causing him to reminisce on what was not your typical 19th birthday celebration, but eventful nevertheless.

Overall this is an impressive body of work to see out 2017 ahead of his sell out tour.

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