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#SubstanceOverHype Review: @leboywonda ft. @skyzoo & @ReasonHD – We About It

#SubstanceOverHype Review: @leboywonda ft. @skyzoo & @ReasonHD – We About It

One factor that rightly indicates music being good is when time proceeds to fly and the joint ages incredibly well by sounding better than it did in its year of release. Cap City multi-talented rapper Boy Wonder worked in partnership with Skyzoo, the Brooklyn native that is a profoundly glossy with his bars and Reason the Beast Rand lyricist with his non-silver tongue approach to the subject matter We About It. The Hipe produced a head-bopping instrument that is on the rails for tracks that are different, one can read through the lines and conclude that they are truly about composing substance. Skyzoo is a pacesetter on this one, his lyrical genius is much clearer with the vision that he conveys through his introduction and resists any association with hype driven rappers. Those that are on a voyage to the hazardous limelight which blinds the rationale the more they glamourize the art form are simply just targets for that he is gunning down. This is a “let us talk about it” conversation that he is having with the purist of heads and ensuring the community we should rely on him for more creatively penned down verses containing insane layers of figurative language. Boy Wonder is the psychopath that is focused on escalating his paper yet don’t get it misconstrued by thinking he doesn’t deliver fiery bars that corrodes his foes by scorching their souls to a purgatory state. He is simply about being ahead of his competition when he is a bartender with vicious shots. The industry talk can make him conform to the smudged presentation of material. Reason pours his thoughts that are masked by his bars which detail an outline of where he is in terms of his state of mind about the music industry. He makes mention of his mainstream success with regards to media popularity and groupies are drawn to him, he is after all instilled with Star Power. He is at the peak in every ratio, he then apologies to his mentor Pro Verb for not keeping his word of spitting the meanest raps yet have songs where he has dumb down his art. There is also the key point that more than anything as much as he is referred to as a big artist, he is still a respected one. This track consists of various personalities that aren’t even a pinch different from each other, they share a common love that is the Hip Hop culture and they are about it for sure.

Rate: 4/5

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