As popularized in the 2004 Ashton Kutcher vehicle of the same name, chaos theory’s concept of The Butterfly Effect suggests that an event as seemingly inconsequential as a butterfly beating its wings can have massive indirect consequences. Well, hip-hop fans owe a big “thank you” to whichever bug wiggled an extremity and inspired G-Scott to create his latest single; if it weren’t for him/her/it, our Wednesday would be considerably less dope. El Schmitty handles productions on this whip-ready cut, layering reedy harpsichord and ominous choral vocals over a trap-infused rhythm section. Lyrically, Scott matches the instrumental’s intensity, emphasizing his determination to succeed in aggressively-flowed verses. Butterfly Effect is only a loosie, but fans should watch the Booth for further singles from the Gary, Indiana native, as well as info on any projects he might have coming down the pike.
Written by richard on 07/9/14
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