Last month, Pizzle’s Doubts earned him quite a few orange and white stars. For those who happen to be Kolor Blind, the exact rating was 3.8—not too shabby. On this breezy, smooth promo single, the Milwaukee representative makes a strong case for deserving the missing 1.2. Assisting in his quest for a full five stars is Philly native (and relative of Questlove) Gliss. His steadfast, leaning flow provides a nice contrast to Pizzle’s unique, frenzied approach, which is showcased outstandingly atop RMB Justize‘s wavy production. Pizzle starts the track off slowly, but progresses into a more rapid-fire, cutting delivery as the record progresses. His eclectic approach makes for an interesting, Kolor-ful listen.
Written by Lucas G. on 09/19/13
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