The production here is satisfying. The filling base, versatile supporting details, energetic tempo, and businesslike vibe make for a notable mixture. The hook is decent. The delivery is creative and the lyrics are engaging. The verses are adequate. Dee Phr3sh employs a standout flow, colorful wordplay, and copacetic rhymes. He uses the opportunity to get some things off of his chest while at the same time still managing to entertain the listener. A high-point from his venting session includes lines such as: “It’s powers in Adam’s apple. Knowledge of the evening. Dodging serpents every evening. I’ve been working every weekend. Why the f–k I’m so self-conscious? Why the world be on my conscience? Why I’m fighting for a job I know I never really wanted? My life worth like nine an hour.” Those are some thought provoking bars right there. Overall, this is a worthwhile number and a respectable way to solidify his House membership.
**My Two Cents: Haven’t heard from Dee Phr3sh in a while. So I wasn’t sure what to expect with this track. But it’s actually pretty dope. I dig the production a lot and the content has some deep parts to it. I think being with the House Of Renji is going to do wonders for the young emcee. Looking forward to his continued growth and great music. -MinM