Sanjana Nuwan Bandara - 'Don't Kill My Vibe'

Sanjana Nuwan Bandara - 'Don't Kill My Vibe'


A decisive hip-hop track with a soul-crushing drill beat. 'Don't Kill My Vibe' stands strong with its dark ominous serious melody and tone. The core beat which includes an earth-shattering kick, crispy snare and hi-hats construct a rhythm that not just clearly defines the genre but captures the toughness and aggression. The hefty significance of the bass adds a ruthless impact, hard-hitting the time signatures throughout the track.

Lyrically, the verses have diversity in flow and rhymes. Various sections have a seamless transition nailing the dynamics of such an energetic production. The pacing feels engaging and occupying, keeping the sound interestingly consistent. Synths and samples initiate a harmonious loop that balances the music and the rap performance very well.

Sanjana Nuwan Bandara's voice has depth while pronouncing every single word. The grip on multilingual rap style without disturbing the mood and the motion of the track is something Sanjana has achieved mastery over. Speed is also a major factor here and Sanjana's talent flawlessly covers it. There is an underlying smoothness to the voice which makes it soothing while being one with the musical elements.

This song is not for one-time listening as its intricate attributes are something you can listen to and emotionally bond with over and over again. Its combative exuberance has a trendy and modern form which is executed at its level of perfection.

Definitely listen to 'Don't Kill My Vibe' by Sanjana Nuwan Bandara on Spotify.


Also, you can pre-save the upcoming track 'Don't ask me to play it softly' by Sanjana Nuwan Bandara here.

About Sanjana Nuwan Bandara:

Sanjana Nuwan Bandara



"Upcoming Musician Sanjana Nuwan Bandara has a very Hip-hop/Electric style, and he is definitely one to watch. His songs are a perfect mix of Hip-hop/Electronic styles and genres, and you can expect him to become a star very soon. Let's take a closer look at his songs to find out what kind of music he can play."