A great song isn’t the product of smoke, mirrors and grand illusions; it comes from talent, dedication and hard work. Despite showcasing all three of the aforementioned qualities on his Booth debut, Aarron Tyson still considers himself a Magician. The ATL native does the hip-hop equivalent of sawing himself in half on this cut. Not only does he rap and sing, but he also cooks up the record’s boisterous production, which is driven by a cutting horn section. Atop his own boardwork, he showcases a sleek, velvety rhyme style that is largely finesse-based, but still has the power to keep up with the triumphant beat. For more jaw-dropping tricks, be sure to check out Tyson’s Live For It EP, available for free via his website.
Written by Lucas G. on 08/5/13
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