On the other side of the hip hop spectrum (this stuff isn't as heavy or significant or has any sort of artistic relevance the same way Doomtree does..) although disregarding the parentheses completely...I like this a lot, at least on the superficial level. It is Southern rap at it's finest...or worst depending on how you look at it. The use of vocal distortion as well as amping up the southern accent/vernacular is definitely present on this track in the spirit of old Weezy and T.I. and although this is definitely meant to be a club banger, I find the song ultra fun.
Tune In Turn On Get Dropped
2 days ago