Henry Makiwa breaks down Metaphysics and Tino Oac "Rock" collaboration: "Where Weezy (Lil Wayne) erred by enlisting an all Hip-Hop line up of producers for a Rock record, Meta and Tino Oac have remained on home ground."


It’s a trend that began with Run DMC and Aerosmith dropping the breakthrough Walk this Way, before Public Enemy and Anthrax brought us Bring the Noize. Since then Rap/Rock cross-overs
have included Jay-Z and Linkin Park’s 2004 Collision Course, Lil’ Wayne’s Rebirth and now Zimbabwean legend Metaphysics has colluded with prolific rock singer/producer Tino Oac on the joint Going Insane.

Genre-bending is always a challenge, but for Metaphysics and Tino Oac it’s daily bread. The duo belong to the 14-member monster-popular Germany supergroup, Sons of Mannheim (Söhnemannheims), which brings together rap, rock, reggae, soul, metal and RnB artists. Still, the task of fusing is ever daunting as Weezy would have learnt with his 2010 experiment Rebirth.

And where Weezy erred by enlisting an all Hip-Hop line up of producers for a Rock record, Meta and Tino Oac have remained on home ground and made use the season Rock crafts-men to give this joint that organic sound.

Going Insane embodies a seething slice of electronica that hems the Rock guitar riffs to the drumline that trails Meta’s flow.

The music was co-written by Axe Trax a musician and producer with many accolades of his own, along with Metaphysics who wrote the lyrics for the song and insured that the production meets the label deadline. Going Insane is a single that touches on the current global situation and how a simple thing such as watching the news is enough to drive someone crazy these days. Check out the Full nyaya at The People's Hub

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