In the chorus of his new street single, Pizzle claims to have a “heart full of pride and a pocket full of Doubts.” If that’s the case, he must have some very small pockets, as the braggadocio:insecurity ratio on this cut is heavily weighted in favor of the former. Part of Cardo‘s next compilation, this cut begins with the producer announcing Pizzle’s induction into his GoldMobb coalition. After that exciting piece of news, Derelle Rideout‘s string-laced beat drops and the Milwaukee repper hits the ground running, showcasing his dazzling triple-time flows as he touts his skills and balls on the competition. Gerald Walker and Genesis Renji turn in similarly high-caliber performances on the hook. Featuring Doubts and much more, the L.A. Leakers-presented Mental $tates mixtape has yet to be assigned a drop date. While you’re waiting for further details, why not check out Pizzle’s last solo project, the DJBooth-hosted INSOMNIA II tape?
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Pizzle’s Champ5Mic-directed Doubts visual.
Written by richard on 11/26/13
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