Key Nyata’s “Spark the Night” (produced by Sángo) is some straightforward and satisfying Hip-Hop. Key talks trash and sings a likable hook over Sángo’s perfected breaks and a few synths that stray close to “It Ain’t Hard To Tell.” What makes the joint appealing is how honest it is. Nyata started his career as part of SpaceGhostPurrp’s Raider Klan and maintains the hazy ambiance as part of the Seattle / Los Angeles team ThraxxHouse. Sango raised to popularity by blending the sounds of smaller Southern American music genres into Trap music. Now, he hangs with the extremely well-known Soulection squad.
My only criticism is the length of the song. I wish it was longer! Two-minutes of real Hip-Hop. You almost wonder if you’re dreaming. Although, Albert Einstein did say, “Time is an illusion.”