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Undakova / Press

“I want to have an anthem like Undakova! His track they don't really care is the essence of him from flow to the beat. U can just leave that track on repeat for an hour.”

“Since then, seven years ago, I have been listening David’s compositions. His songs, his voice, his arrangements have something that can’t be explained by words, because words are signs while David’s songs are vibrations, feelings, colors. David’s songs are a mix of emotions wisely adjusted and masterly fine tuned to reach precises note and create surprises. When I hear his melodies, I know they are exactly what I have been waiting for, hoping for, desiring. I know your songs David and I still get surprised every time I listen them as I found new dimensions, details among details, structures in the arrangement, a fractal path. ”

“Undakova is a New York hip hop songwriter and producer whose music is much more melodic than many hip hop artists. The songs, which are often social justice themed, transfer smoothly a singing to a softer rap.”

“Undakova speaks from his essense: positive vibrations flowing in his lyrics from beat to beat and a mind set to rhyme. For Undakova, not only should the rhyme be infectious, but the message truthful and representative of the love and hope that he cultivates as an artist.”

“Your hair was a reminder to all that UK was in the spot! U stood tall and it made u even taller. I will never forget the day u smashed the battle a Sin Sin. In fucking credible. Every time I see Ur hair I think of it. Powerful shit man! I would say it plays a role as an icon of internal power that even the nicest of guys can have.”

“SAINT JOHN CANADA PRESS - In the not too distant future, Hazen-White/St. Francis School student Nathan Savoie might very well have a career as a successful rap artist. The young man is a natural lyricist, his teachers say. Trouble is, his talent might have gone unnoticed if not for New York City performance artist David Williams (aka Undakova) and Saint John yoga instructor Jason MacLean, who visited the school on Thursday.”

“Anthem-style hip-hop music, anyone can tell that this local Lower Manhattan emcee has some strong points to be made with songs such as, “They Don’t Really Care About Us” and “Haiti.” With positive lyrics and chill, smooth beats, this is the type of hip-hop music that the whole family can listen to.”

"By the way, I checked out your new songs finally. Liking "They Don't Really Care About Us." Nice bass in there - and I like the subject matter of course. Checked a few other songs too - it's funny, I think you are mellowing out in your old age. Haha - don't go all PM Dawn on me, man. Kinda feelin "High Off Life" though and that's got more energy,"

“I liked Dear Haiti. Very loving lyrics and helps to remind us all that the Hatian people have gone through a lot of challenges, but that even though they do not know it that many are thinking of them, helping them in there own small ways.”

Carla Chapelle - NYC Cashflow 101

"beats are tight, lyrics are truthful, and truth is powerful. What more could you ask for"