The moment the beat dropped, you knew Pusha would kill this joint!
Tate Kobang is an up and coming rapper from Baltimore, MD that is doing everything in his power to make the next big trap record. With “Payola,” I feel like he might have his best opportunity.
“Payola” is cold, has an outstanding bop to it, and definitely features some wicked lyrics. However, one of the song’s biggest draws is the flow that both Tate and featured guest Pusha-T rap with: Both sorta use a flow that the Migos made popular in “Bad and Boujee,” with Pusha making it sound way better than everyone else did due to his efficiency (Whatever that means). Nonetheless, if you love ghoulish sounding rap s**t, you will definitely love this joint.
OVERALL RATING (4/5)
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.