Chris Brown gathered a bunch of ‘real ones’ for this new ‘Pills & Automobiles’ track.
Once a year Chris gives us that one hip hop song that is hyped as hell, and this is it! On this track, Chris does his best Travis Scott impersonation over the amped up beat. I know these days everyone is jacking everyone’s flow, but when Chris jocks, he actually sounds better than the original person to me.
Gotti always sounds like himself on a track, and I am thankful for it. As usual, Gotti sounds like he’s counting money while he’s rapping, even doing that money dispenser sound in the process (Best ad-lib in the game right now).
A Boogie Wit The Hoodie is my n—a! And on this song, he sounds like he belongs. Hoodie gives us a nice little melody, combined with some carefree/caring lyrics.
Kodak has star appeal, and that is mainly because no one in the industry sounds like him. On this track, he comes with this relaxed approach, even attempting to sing just a tad a bit.
This song is hot, but also sounds a bit incomplete.