Boogie comes through with some profound lyricism on “Violence.”
Compton’s Boogie has as of late secured an immense win, having formally turned into the freshest expansion to Eminem’s Shady Records. Presently, the rapper has dropped off the Keyel and Amaire Johnson delivered “Viciousness,” which discovers Masego holding it down for the tune. The whole track is reminiscent of some To Pimp A Butterfly period Kendrick Lamar, with cloudy vocal impacts, a laid back, heartfelt instrumental, and interesting bars in plenitude. “You get the picture so I can perceive what you paint me ass, imagine that my present dimness was conceived in my shady past,” raps Boogie. “Surmise that that minor fall just got me that real sack.”
You won’t not be excessively acquainted with Boogie, but rather if this track is any sign, that may change come 2018. Unmistakably the rapper has an important graceful side, and I’m anxious to see where he goes on his next drop. Get the job done it to state, “Savagery” is a cool new single, and a promising exhibit of Shady Records’ next up.