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Milwaukee’s favorite rock star rapper Petti Hendrix (Rebel Religion) is still going strong on his quest to the top of the music game. In fact, he has a new project in the works with a release date set for the end of the Summer. To help build anticipation for the pending work, he teamed up with fellow rapper Picklez to unleash a track coined “The 4.”

The production here is becoming. The clean foundation, climactic supporting details, active rhythm, and intensified vibe are extremely well matched. The hook is prime too. The delivery is full of life and the lyrics are street savvy. The verses are first-class. Petti Hendrix nails the first half of the record and Picklez smashes the second half. Both artists employ one of a kind flows, noteworthy wordplay, and brazen rhymes. They do a proper job of showing off their 414 pride in a prominent way. A couple of lines to be aware of from the young rebel himself are: “She’ll never be the same once I hit it how I hit it. I done drunk a whole fifth. F–k a snitch. Plead the fifth. We don’t talk to police. In my city that’s a sin. They say seeing 25 in my city, chances slim. Young n—as trying to ball like they jumping out the gym. Young n—a so high like my feet above the rim. Young god in my city. Yeah the savior is here.” Those are some heavy hitting bars right there. All in all, this selection is a banger.

**My Two Cents: Petti is a consistent hit maker if nothing else. This track has all the elements of a winning single. The beat is perfectly suited for his unique style. The hook is the type to stick in your head long after the song is over. The content is sick. And Picklez makes an excellent contribution as a guest performer. I honestly can’t think of one bad thing to say about this cut. Petti owns it. Looking forward to hearing the rest of the future project when it drops this Summer. -MinM