Tracks by The Kid LAROI, Post Malone, Rapsody, and more makes the cut.
If I were to guess, “The Jackie” will be played in day parties all over the United States of America. The song boasts club vibes but very soft club vibes. As for the three rappers, they definitely do their thing on the track. Cole hits us with infectious melodies and semi-aggressive lyrics, Bas hits us with a verse that straddles the line between trill and sleek, and Tjay hits us with a verse that is definitely tougher than his costars’ verses.
Rapsody plays zero games in “Iconic.” Over a beat that sounds groggy as hell, the North Carolina rapper hurls out bars about her grand stature in the game and willingness to block out haters. While I love the big-girl lyrics that she blesses us with throughout, the punchlines she delivers are godly.
I like the beat attached to “Diamonds” a lot. It’s serene but also gangsta enough to blast out of your car. As for Dave East’s contributions to the track, they are brilliant. Throughout the song, the Harlem rapper gloats about his ability to bounce back and his willingness to hustle his ass off to get to the bag. If you are a fan of mafioso rap, “Diamonds” is a song that you should add to your music library.
I f**k with “Motley Crew” a lot. I like the song’s gloomy club-ready beat and how Post Malone hits us with tricky, infectious, passionate, and trill melodies/flows over it. I also f**k with the defiant/rebellious lyrics that he blesses us with.
“Stay” features an upbeat pop instrumental that makes me want to watch an episode of Sailor Moon. Over it, both The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber sing fearlessly about cuffing a chick that understands both their good and bad sides. If you ask me, the melodies that the two musicians bless us with are flawless. I also think that the song features vibes that are too stirring to ignore.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.