Review: LVSTNIGHT – ‘Last Night Was Hell’



A Montana-based rapper who has seemingly exploded onto the local scene, LVSTNIGHT flies in the face of convention with a direct and uncompromising trap sound. Taking more traditional elements and warping them into his own twisted vision, he’s been carving a unique path through the music scene with a murky, growing tension that is amplified by his tortured, sombre persona.


Pushing his personal sound to the hilt, LVSTNIGHT has stepped out of the shadows once again with the release of his new EP, ‘Last Night Was Hell’. A dark and stormy eight-track release, ‘Last Night Was Hell’ rises from humble, self-reflective beginnings, casting a shadow across the genre with vice-riddled tracks and heavy punchlines.


Tactile and emotive, the EP journeys into the dark heart of the rapper, mixing hard-hitting club anthems with deep, rolling melodies and a constant lyrical prowess. Tracks like ‘Dead’ and ‘Demons’ epitomise LVSTNIGHT’s brooding style, while ’10 Hiii’ and ‘Vogue’ fight to break through the darkness with dance-worthy arcs and growing confidence.



A release that excels in both style and substance, ‘Last Night Was Hell’ hits with a controlled intensity and original aesthetic, bringing technical skill and vibrant imagery into alignment. You can stream ‘Last Night Was Hell’ now on all major platforms.


Score: 7.5/10


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