Kenzo B – “The Realest”
Kenzo B units her cruise management method above the velocity restrict. On “The Realest,” the Bronx drill flamethrower quick raps like she’s hardly busting a sweat. The 50 Cent and Biggie-sampling instrumental is no matter, however her circulation is so clear that it elevates the tasteless manufacturing. Just lately, I stumbled into Kenzo’s radio freestyle over Fivio Overseas’s “Metropolis of Gods,” presumably the worst (and most overproduced) drill beat of the yr, and it was fairly good. There’s one thing extremely cool about rappers who attempt laborious with out sounding like they’re exerting themselves, and her fashion is a refreshing change-up from the growly flows so in style within the Bronx drill scene—everybody looks as if they should hock a loogie. So whereas higher beats are a should, for now, I’m too infatuated with Kenzo B’s circulation to care.
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