Wordsmiths battle on “Triple Entendre” by Jean Kengz

Triple Entendre by Jean Kengz

Without a doubt, lyrics are the core component to anyone who calls themselves a rapper. In a genre such as hip hop, artists take much pride in their lyrical abilities as well as the fans who endorse them. Jean Kengz challenges two emcees to bring their best bars to the table.

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“Triple Entendre” produced by Paris, France’s very own Jean Kengz, features Michael Da Vinci & Angelo Mota, two emcees dedicated to their craft. On the nearly four-minute track, Michael and Angelo exchange verses over the gospel inspired production which Michael Da Vinci agrees, “sounds like some Hov.”

“Triple Entendre” produced by Paris, France’s very own Jean Kengz, features Michael Da Vinci & Angelo Mota, two emcees dedicated to their craft. On the nearly four-minute track, Michael and Angelo exchange verses over the gospel inspired production which Michael Da Vinci agrees, “sounds like some Hov”.

“A nigga like All State you covered this time, imma let you breathe,
Don’t play the villain seeking vengeance or you get the piece (peace)
Now which one? Double entendre, triple entendre,
Double entendre, triple entendre, punchline or metaphors or something?” – Michael Da Vinci

Half of the battle is fought with the double entendres which are played on heavily by Michael Da Vinci. The raw lyricism bleeds through the audio when Angelo Mota makes his entrance on the second verse, stacking multi-syllable words and using the full of extent of each rhyme before moving on to the next:

“My ex appeal to my feelings but still can’t get no closure,
That door done closed up I’m closing in,
The only time she see me is on marquees or posters,
You just appeal to posers” – Angelo Mota

“Triple Entendre” appears to be just a single, but after hearing the producer bring these two lyricist together one would hope to hear another collaboration from the trio in the future.

Like what you hear? Make sure to follow up with Jean Kengz, Michael da Vinci and Angelo Mota. And of course we’ll keep you posted here at The Lunch Table.

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