DBIZZ holds nothing back, spitting pure fire on “pressure.” The verses are neatly combined to create an energetic hue, ones that swirl about in the listener’s mind. The arrangements further emphasize catchy beats, and grooves further anchor a bouncy feeling for the bass rumbles on through with sheer physicality. By far, the highlight comes from the assured, confident vocals. DBIZZ stays on the quieter side, yet he lets his attitude speak volumes. Completely unwavering in their pinpoint focus, all the songs certainly capture everyone’s eardrums.
“Used to” sets the tone for what follows. On this track, he takes from Biggie Smalls’ ability to tell a whole succinctly. By allowing this fervor to build itself around him, it has an intensity to it. A cyclical looping effect gives “Big dog” the right amount of swagger to it, as the song has a slow, leisurely pace to it, one that helps to emphasize the importance of his words. Hits of bass roll through on “No jumper.” Things work on a subtle shade with “Dont sweat her.” All of this comes to a close with the heavy club banger, “Light it up.”
“pressure” reveals the DBIZZ’s versatility, drawing influences from hip-hop’s roots while making his own signature sound that is undeniably good.
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