‘Sterlini’ witnesses Felukah break her ‘girl next door’ demeanor and step into the more austere role of, well, Shigo. It’s been obvious that Felukah has been going through a phase of character development, she has been getting bolder with her experimentation in various areas, but especially her branding as a woman rapper in the MENA region.
Felukah seamlessly shifts between Arabic and English in her delivery, keeping a composed flow throughout. She utilizes an instrumental, with a particular emphasis on trap drum programming over a peculiar choice of melodies, and nasal and slightly harsher sound on the frequency spectrum. The NY-based Egyptian rapper flaunts her lyrical prowess, showcasing an undeniable bounce, intricate rhythms, and diverse vocabulary to wrap it all up.