Strong A.R.M features Warren J. Gallimore in 'Bet'cha Didn't Know'. Following its commercial release in early 2018, 'Bet'cha Didn't Know' has gained considerable acceptance within the EDM genre, standing out mostly for its elements of Rap and HipHop.
"Bet'cha didn't know, it's about the crew ..." so begins the song. With this song, Strong A.R.M is set out for no other purpose than self-expression. The electronic beat serves only as a musical accompaniment for his raw lyrical content, punchy and flowing, and it does just that from a non-dominant position. With his previous musical offerings, it's noticeable he displays electronic instrumental taste alongside lyrics of substantial worth. But with 'Bet'cha Didn't Know', it's best described that the electronic beat stoops for the lyrics to conquer.
The electronic beat stoops for the lyrics to conquer.
The song kicks off in quite a mood that is theatrical. Tasteful and well thought-out. You feel the pulse building. The tempo gains momentum and is picked up by Strong A.R.M's vocals, confident and energetic, and sustained with digital effects sorted and varied as could not never be better.
The song kicks off in quite a mood that is theatrical ... and sustained with digital effects sorted and varied as could not never be better
The wealth of this song is in its lyrics as earlier pointed out. It quite beckons on you to listen rather than get lost in the electronic rhythm. It is delivered with such energy that's averse to bridles. It's quite some treat listening to his ease around words; Strong A.R.M plays with it, with the rhymes and punch lines. He knows his way around lyrical flows even though his energy appears to be the most noticed among his other lyrical virtues.
The wealth of this song is in its lyrics
'Bet'cha Didn't Know' will make for a good DJ mix. And if it were to hit a crowd of EDM fans in a club, there is no doubting what reactions is to be expected. With this one, Strong A.R.M did achieve a work worthy of reference on the musical scene.