Here we’ll recap some singles you have may missed during the week.
Mike Teezy – Pressure
Flows look completely effortless when Mike Teezy executes them. Finding all different pockets within the beat yet still managing to sound like contemporaries like DaBaby, Teezy fills his song with as many bars as possible. All the years of grinding have payed off & ultimately resulted in this fantastic song.
24Lik & 392 Lil Head – Johnny Dang (feat. RealRichIzzo & FWC Big Key)
24Lik & 392 Head have proven to be a phenomenal duo. On another collaborative album titled Evil Twinz, they team up once again to give countless one-liners. The album comes to an end on the track “Johnny Dang,” which easily has the most interesting production choice. Assisted by RealRichIzzo & FWC Big Key, the four of them trade bars with varying flows that keep everything interesting.
917 Rackz – AHHH HA Freestyle
917 Rackz may be known for his NY Drill music, but in this freestyle he picks up an instrumental from the Chicago native Lil Durk. His voice which is usually aggressive fits perfectly on this other style, addressing multiple beefs with his opps. This might be his most natural feeling song yet due to the style the beat provides him.
Rubberband Bootsy x Gorjis – Jump
Going over the classic sample, Rubberband Bootsy does a modern flip. While it may not be the classic that the original was, he brings a fresh face to the track. Punch in flows highlight every bar that comes to their minds.
Yak Yola – 30 Story
Just as the title of the track implies, Yak Yola tells a story. Over one of the hypest instrumentals possible for a story, Yak’s voice & bars take you directly in the shoes of the character 30. The details sound exactly like a movie, but as he says, its real life.
Edot Baby – BODY
Another NY Drill cut, Edot Baby returns over an ethereal instrumental. Despite the tone of the instrumental, Edot doesn’t shy from his hyper aggressive bars & opps dissing. Edot continues to be one of the most consistent in the scene today.