The production here is of a top of the line quality. The consistent foundation, sleek background components, magnetic rhythm, and plush vibe blend together gracefully. The hook is a good look too. The deliveries co-exist perfectly and the lyrics are raw. The verses are suitable. Quise Picasso employs a clean cut flow, proper wordplay, and candid rhymes. He speaks freely about his love/hate relationship with the street life. He shares: “I take a sip and I think I should go out like a killer. Unload this b—h while I’m drunk and take myself out the picture. Then I think of my daughter. What type of life would she have knowing her daddy was selfish cause you f–k boys made him mad? So on the strength of that thought, I just do me and I get it. But I ain’t running from nothing. So if it’s war then I’m with it.” Those are some heavy and picturesque opening bars right there. All in all, this is a noteworthy selection.
**My Two Cents: So in Quise Picasso’s debut on the site, I said I wanted to hear a longer track with some versatility. I definitely got that this time around. He played with a bit of melody and took a more laid back approach with his execution. The content is of substance. He gives the listener a personal glimpse into his world as well as let’s it be known that the street life isn’t all glitz & glamour. I dig it. Definitely looking forward to hearing the rest of the Frank Costello EP. Y’all definitely need to click play and stay tuned for the upcoming project. -MinM