For an artist, perhaps the most stressful time is when an important project’s release is on the horizon. I’m sure Bizzy Crook knows what I’m talking about, as his forthcoming mixtape, 84—named after the year Michael Jordan was drafted—is set to drop on May 21. Instead of praying to the Lord for a successful release, Bizzy has taken matters into his own hands, asking Los, who is fresh off the release of his own Becoming King tape, to share some sage advice. First to rhyme atop Mr. Adams’ intricate, robotic-sounding boardwork, Bizzy leads off with a speedy, razor-sharp flow. Los begins his guest verse in a more subdued mode, but quickly picks up the pace to match Bizzy’s intensity. While you wait for 84, be sure to check out Bizzy’s last feature, Top of the World.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/8/13
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