GlockBoy BoBo – “No Rap Cap”
Chicago drill and 2000s Atlanta are ceaselessly spiritually related, so it is smart when the 2 meet. On “No Rap Cap,” the relaxed shit speaking of rising Chi city rapper GlockBoy BoBo is laid over the timeless metal drum-led beat of DG Yola’s 2006 hit “Ain’t Gon Let Up.” Should you’re skeptical, I really feel you—the instrumental produced by Win on the Monitor is a cheat code so good that just about something sounds higher on it. However BoBo does sufficient to make the beat his; every line looks like its personal breathlessly delivered run-on sentence, and he retains his persona lowkey, as if rattling off threats places him in a candy temper. He ought to preserve this combo going, and I’ve a couple of strategies of 2000s Atlanta beats he can tackle subsequent. Possibly D4L’s trippy “Make It Rain” or a hard-hitting Crime Mob deep lower.
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