Che Lingo Unveils his 'Sensitive' Side in Latest EP
Dating in the 21st century is a rollercoaster of emotions, and British rapper Che Lingo reveals his softer side in his latest EP, Sensitive. Originating from South West London, Che Lingo has created a narrative for the reality of pursuing a relationship in an increasingly digital society. His innovative lyricism truly conveys every aspect of modern dating.
Sensitive was inspired by Lingo losing control of a new relationship. It contains the perfect blend of British and American hip hop styles. Lingo begins the seven track EP off with the uncertainty felt in the beginning of a relationship in "Feet Your Feelings." Once that relationship takes a couple steps forward, "Mad Angle" conveys how a bad mood can lead to a chaotic power struggle between both parties. This smoothly transitions into a provoking tune featuring American rapper Mick Jenkins. "No Sidekicks" challenges the roles typically depicted by each side of a partnership, men as the hero and women as the accessory. The problems arising from these differences are usually dealt with on social media, as Lingo experiences in his piece "Circles."
Despite the public display of anger online, Lingo is still completely captivated by the subject of his desire. He makes his infatuation clear in "Kind of a Love Song." Everything he does throughout the relationship is warranted through various factors that he covers in "Reasons." Lingo finishes his masterpiece with a warning to his lover to "Be Careful" because he doesn't want to be broken by her.
Follow Che Lingo's exploration for love in Sensitive below :