Zendoro is one of the best conceptual musicians out there. His brand of funk-rap and mellow jazz atmosphere make for sublime listening experiences. In his new release, Unstoppable, Zendoro collaborated with Samuel Vincent and Sir Nicolas to create a soothing flow that activates the surreal cavities of the mind. 

The track has a mellow personality. Swirling with captivating synths and hypnotic basslines, the smooth backdrop is the perfect contrast to the rough textures of the rap. Using a conversational verse flow, it’s as if we’re descending into the dark poetry of the artist’s mind. The more we consume, the deeper we delve. 

The New York-based artist claims Jay Z, Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Emimem and the like as his primary influences. Modeling their visceral writing style, he populates his work with his explorations of the world within and outside of us. 

As evident from his discography, he presents his ruminations and experiences using music. In his debut album, Identity Crisis : Part One, he chronicles the journey of a lost mind using refreshing themes and perspectives. Listeners of Youssef Dayes, Tom Misch, and FKJ will be very pleased with his funk design and styles. 

The track is available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Unstoppable by Zendoro here –