In 2016 it was at a 5000/1 odd that Leicester were due to win the premiere league and they did, when pursuing a music career starting outside of London was like those type of odds especially when not having the resources or links.
With a few breaking through music and from the midlands we are waiting to see more women break through and Trillary Banks possesses the momentum, confidence and lyrical talent to do so calling her EP The Dark Horse.
The 8 tracks shows her different styles and flows and how a track is handled solo and with features which include Stardom, D Double E, Big Narstie & Park Hill in this project.
An abundance of confidence is heard in her lyrics and doesn’t matter who is on the track with her, the intention is to be the most notable and the genre is regardless nothing is holding her back.
Knowing when to be soft toned and when to take heads off isn’t a skill many artists can harness and through her frustrations on how the music world really is undervaluing her quality and the belief in her abilities are allowing her to release and shows why you should always keep your eye on the dark horse and this EP gains 3.5/5 Certified Stamps