HotHell77 takes us on a trip down memory lane with their latest single “2000 Motivi,” inspired by the famous track “Jerk it out,” featuring the collaboration of SerMaster.
There is a tinge of nostalgia in the air for everyone who was born in the late 1980s or early 1990s, wishing to return to the era when the PlayStation 2 was the top attraction when playing “Snake” on the unbreakable Nokia 3310, or while kicking a “SuperTele” ball around.
The song’s intention is unquestionably successful because it uses a sample from the classic song “Jerk It Out,” which was featured on the renowned soundtrack of a timeless game like FIFA 2004, allowing us to go back in time and experience those sentimental feelings again.
The end product is a new and exciting song that deviates from the norms of modern rap music, which sometimes lacks clear topics or interesting material.
With the help of insightful and sentimental lyrics, a thick layer of nostalgia, and a flawless fusion of pop and EDM musical elements, “2000 Motivi” creates a memorable musical experience. Because it appeals to people who long for the “good old days,” the song has the potential to become the new anthem for summer.
One can’t help but wonder if the idea that “things were better before” is true after hearing the song again.
The song’s visual elements are perfectly handled by Parsifal Ferri and Tommaso Micocci, while Street Orday, the band’s leader, and SerMaster expertly pen the words.
The song “2000 Motivi” captures the spirit of a bygone age and takes the listener on a nostalgic journey.
So, fasten your seatbelts and get ready to be taken back in time as HotHell77 and SerMaster present an enthralling musical experience that will have you yearning for those special times.
Listen to “2000 Motivi” on Spotify below;