Uni BLK is a name I haven’t come across in my blogging career, but the wait was a far better introduction to the rapper. Save Me is a shocking display of a man airing out his sins with contempt, but not in the traditional way. Anxiety and depression often consume Uni, choked by his own lack of freedom to live the life he wants. To resolve this he goes to a scornful preacher in a church, walking up and down aisles, rhyming the complex feeling of enjoying self-destructive patterns and understanding his life depends on getting help.
Uni is a strong rapper who immediately stands out. His deep, scratchy vocals lay on top of trap-infused self-production, bringing together the overall purpose of the song at hand. We are all complex beings, and confusion brings forth reflection.