REVIEW: Madeintyo & 24hrs x 24hrs in Tokyo Jayda Ward January 9, 2017 Music 235 Tweet Share Share Email WhatsAppShares 0It’s been two weeks since Madeintyo & 24hrs released their EP 24hrs in Tokyo. Madeintyo, alongside his older brother and label mate, 24 hrs, are a deadly combo. As y’all know, I am a huge fan of Madeintyo’s music. I got hip to Mr. Tokyo back in 2016 around the time his hit Uber Everywhere went viral. Since then, I knew he was going to be one of the best new rappers to bless this generation. If the name 24hrs sounds new to you it’s probably because you know him by his old stage name, Royce Rizzy. With the release of his Sunset EP a couple of days ago and Madeintyo’s constant release of music, these two brothers are putting in the work. The only downside about this EP is that it only features 4 songs. Madeintyo has the type of sound that you can’t get enough of, it’s addicting. Once he puts out one song you always want more. So, you already know we’re going to be feigning for more. Although the tape was only released two weeks ago, I’m already excited for some music videos to be released because the album art itself is fire to look at. Because these two brothers are Army brats and spent some time in Tokyo, Japan, certain influences from that culture stuck with them and they implemented Kanagawa oki nami ura (The Great Wave), by artist Katsushika Hokusai, into the cover art for this EP. Favorite Tracks: YSL Boots, You, My Word, Tear it Down. (SO pretty much every song!) Listen below if you haven’t already!