The production here is good. The conventional base, trendy background elements, carefree rhythm, and likeable vibe fit together cohesively. The hook is a winner. The delivery is appealing and the lyrics are entertaining. The verses are modest. PressDon embodies a gratifying flow, sufficient wordplay, and orthodox rhymes. He relays a few of the things that help to put him in an upbeat mood. The most prevalent of which seems to be money and women. Check it as he spits: “I’m feeling so terrific. I’m ’bout to go and kick it. If being fresh a crime then dude I’m so convicted. (…) Just made a few bands just from rolling dice. ‘Bout to hit the club. Get that Patron on ice. Just met this bad chick. She know I got the dough. I like the way she shake it. And then she drop it low.” Those are some nifty bars right there. Overall, this is a commendable effort.
**My Two Cents: This was a quality track. The beat had a magnetic element about it and the hook is super catchy. PressDon did a decent job with the verses too. He needs to add a bit more elaborateness to his bars though. That would make his lyrics much stronger. However as a whole, this was a nice introduction to the Ohio talent. If readers like the song as well, they should be sure to step out to Club Timbuktu on the 25th to catch PressDon and the rest of the tour line up in action. -MinM