Noetic J’s new album NoeticVelli might be the most spiritually positive album I’ve come across in a long time. The 11 track project is definitely a different a unique listening experience and is all about deprogramming “our minds from the norms of society in order to find out who we TRULY are,” Noetic J says. The Boston based producer & rapper produced 8 of the tracks on NoeticVelli and features some Boston favorites like Treva Holmes, Papi Champeaux & Drizzy with one track produced by the very dope Mosley Beats.
The album as a whole will make you wanna get your chakra’s aligned and buy crystals to get your vibes right. No lie, even if you don’t vibe with the music, Noetic’s very self aware & uplifting lyrics will have you feeling a different type of way once you’re finished.
“Cruise Control” is a mellow, trap infused track that’s all about self acceptance, perseverance Noetics’s delivery is unique, rapping over sharp snares & hi-hats, “Doin’ what they’re told/ They bionic”. It’s is an apt metaphor for the chains sometime’s sometimes entraps us in. “No Sleep” features the bigger than life Treva Holmes whose smooth vocals make a dope contrast against Noetic’s staccato delivery. “Surfing” which was co-produced by Holmes features wavy note progressions in the background and Papi Champeaux adds some Miguel vibes to “Clarity Influx” and “Omnipotent”.
“Beautiful Day”, produced by Mosley Beats, stands out from the other trap infused tracks. This one’s got a dope old school feel with plenty of space for Noetic’s discursive lyrics.